Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Space Sex

One of my abandoned topics I mentioned last week was Space Sex. You will now see why I abandoned the topic.

I wonder if anyone has ever had sex in space. There was a husband/wife cosmonaut team a few years back, did they do it up there? It’s hard to believe that none of the testosterone filled thrill junkie test pilots didn’t take a few moments to enjoy themselves while in orbit by them selves.

Men and women, men and men and solo men have been going into space for forty years now. It’s hard to believe that no one ever thought of, attempted, or followed through with weightless gratification and pleasure.

Space suites aren’t a problem because they aren’t worn after orbit is established. Astronauts dress in t-shirts and a sort of scrub bottoms. Quick and easy access for sure. Weightlessness would provide several challenges to couples which could be overcome somewhat by Velcro. Solo acts would require…well never mind, just think about it…or not.

People are often critical of the NASA budget feeling they don’t benefit from the tax dollars spent in space, regardless that they have satellite TV, GPS and all sorts of space technology they live with on a daily basis. If common people can get to experience space as a sexual aid it might change minds toward future funding priorities and approvals. It seems to me that space sex could become an industry not only for lovers, but it could give a total new angle to the porno industry to exploit as well. Space sex could fully fund NASA and all they wish to accomplish in the future.

Also, sex in space gives a whole new meaning to "drifting off" when you are finished.


Blogger Beth said...

Your mind is a wondrous thing to behold. I must say, I'd never thought of space sex until you mentioned it last week. I am now re-thinking the funding that goes toward space exploration.
And I am laughing. (Velcro? Drifting off?)
My sincere thanks for posting this once abandoned topic.

5:43 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Privacy is at premium in a space craft but then there was that one space cowgirl from Texas with the diapers and the pellet gun. She might be a good place to start inquiring as to 62 mile high club members.
A weightlessness fetish could be a spendy proposition, but substituting a couple lines of tang afterwards for the traditional cigarette could be beneficial.

7:13 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Would definately perk up certain body parts. I mean, with the lack of gravity and all.

That could be fun.

Interesting. Insemination may, or may not take place with the lack of gravity. For that matter, how would a fetus develop in space?

I do understand that plant root systems have problems developing in weightlesness.

Anyway, I want to see some weightless boob's for sure!

7:25 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh my.

9:30 AM  
Blogger Uncle Walt said...

Another reason to develop a moon base. Not true "space sex", since there's a slight gravity. Still, I'd bet one of the first businesses to get "off the ground" at a moon base would be prostitution.

9:33 AM  
Blogger The Guy Who Writes This said...

Beth, thinking of dating again ; )

Anon, I now think differently about Tang, and Syd, before you even think of it, it's not that kind of Tang, though I guess it could be.

Other Anon, that reminds me there was a real funny photo floating around the net a few years back of naked people sky diving. Try this

Anon 3, oh my in deed!

Walt, I'd bet they get beat out by Walmart and Starbucks.

10:22 AM  
Blogger Denise said...

And what about the people who spend months at a time at the Space station? In such close proximately to each other for so long you would think they would. BUT what about the camera's? don't they almost always film those flights?

10:36 AM  
Blogger The Guy Who Writes This said...

They can shut the cameras off or at least you never see the bathroom area on camera. Then there's some mummy bag action possible...

4:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I wonder if anyone has ever had sex in space

Though there's always official denial, cosmonauts Elena Kondakova and Valery Polyakov reportedly got jiggy with it on a MIR flight.

Uncle Walt said...
I'd bet one of the first businesses to get "off the ground" at a moon base would be prostitution.

Ya know, a couple of days ago on another blog the topic was 19th century Astoria and you made a comment about prostitution being the big business there. Then, on the same thread, another prostitution crack concerning the song "Buffalo Gals", which had nothing to do with the topic. Now, here you're fantasizing about the world's oldest profession on the moon, no less. It is safe to assume, Uncle Walt, that prostitution is something that occupys your mind? A lot?

5:18 PM  
Blogger weese said...

sounds like a DiscoverHD show is in order here.

9:49 AM  
Blogger The Guy Who Writes This said...

Anon, I've never seen a prostitute other than in NYC and Honolulu. I wonder if there are any here. Don't pick on Walt, though had I thought of it first I would have ; ) Sometimes topics become relevant for all sorts of topics.

Weese,S.S.N = Space Sex Network. Or instead we could have "Nookielodian."
OK, I'm starting to become ashamed of my self now.

11:54 AM  

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