It doesn't get much sillier than asking people to "name something you can say while at Chuck E. Cheese's and during sex." Turns out, folks were eager to respond.
For centuries, lovers have found inspiration and advice in the ancient text of the Kama Sutra. SNL alum, Simon Rich, and illustrator, Farley Katz, have unearthed a valuable document -- a guide to the positions most common after marriage. "The Married Kama Sutra: The World's Least Erotic Sex Manual" guide was first published in 2013 and can be classified under either horror or non-fiction, depending on the person reading it.
Every year, the British publication Literary Review presents an award for Bad Sex in Fiction. Established in 1993 by the Literary Review editor, Auberon Waugh, and critic Rhoda Koenig, the award is given to high-profile literary novelists in an attempt to take them down a peg, really, though its purported mission is to "draw attention to poorly written, perfunctory or redundant passages of sexual description in modern fiction."
French author, Didier Decoin and John Harvey, a life fellow at Emmanuel College, Cambridge, were both announced as winners of the 2019 "Britain's most dreaded literary prize" after the judges struggled to pick just one winner.
This is the first time either author has won the prize. In a statement announcing the result on Monday night, the judges said: "Faced with two unpalatable contenders, we found ourselves unable to choose between them. We believe the British public will recognize our plight as we were unable to choose even after hours of tortuous debate".
One more fact worth noticing is that this hilariously bizarre award has been dominated by male novelists over the years and only three women have won in 26 years. We can only wonder why...
We have handpicked for you the most awful sexual scenes written in the last few years, including the two winning scenes of 2019.
Sex Fears is a study that portrays in a series of infographics the things we fear the most when we are making love. Conducted on a sample of 2,000 European and American, the study compares the different sex-related fears for men and women, but also the differences between American and European.