Over the weekend, we told you about an Italian couple who reportedly started having sex in the Mediterranean Sea and finished in the ER, because their genitals wouldn't disunite. It sounds outlandish -- hell, we can barely figure out the physics of intercourse in the bathtub -- but there's an actual medical explanation for it. And the basic concept is pretty much this:. It's caused by a vaginal spasm, and apparently in the Italian couple's case, the water added a significant increase in suction. We asked Dr. Yvonne Fulbright -- formerly Astroglide's go-to sexologist, who now has her own line of products -- to pull us in and grip us with her knowledge
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It took forever because I didn't know what I was doing and when it finally happened, I didn't know what it was, just that it felt good. When my parents confronted me about the rising water bill, I didn't masturbate again 'til high school when I discovered porn. I was one of the last ones off and I didn't even have the mind to clean up afterwards. I was like 10, riding around my grandma's pool on a pool noodle, using it like a horse. When the orgasm happened it scared me so bad I got out of the pool because I didn't know what happened to me. My boyfriend freaked out and we thought my water broke I was about 30 weeks. I called my midwife and everything.
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I recently met a guy with a sexual secret. He was 39, in great shape, and in his spare time was a CrossFit athlete. But he had diabetes, and he told me that it made him impotent.