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Zero Gravity Trips Won't Make For A Good Romp In The Hay

By KJ Mullins     Jun 6, 2008 in Science
There is no sense in packing a frilly nightie for a late night romp in outer space says space medicine expert Dr. James Logan. The act would not be that satisfiing, more like flailing about.
As time speeds up on space rides going into zero gravity the so has the desire to get it on. Virgin Galactic has had couples querying about a little sex romp on his proposed missions into the heavens.
“We’ve had a variety of people inquire about it,” Daily Star quoted Will Whitehorn, president of Virgin Galactic, whose boss Richard Branson hopes to put tourists into space next year, as saying.
“One got in touch about a charter flight so they could be the first to have intercourse in space and get in the Guinness Book of Records. We’ve also had an approach from people wanting to make a movie,” Whitehorn added.
Sorry to disappoint all those mile high lovers but sex without gravity just isn't going to be a special feature on these little jaunts.
Of course if you want to wait a few more years Dr. Logan thinks that sex in Martian gravity might be your ticket.
So set aside your sexual kinks and just enjoy the view if you have the money to shell out for a little space trip.
Bon Voyage.
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