HUMANS are naturally curious beings - and when it comes to sex it seems we just can't resist knowing more. Doctors who carried out the first MRI scans of people having sex have revealed they are still popular with readers today. Eight couples were asked to have sex on the bed inside an MRI scanner while researchers stood in a room next door. The images are a little hard to decipher but if you're struggling, focus on the two spines and it'll soon become clear. Its main finding was that in the "missionary position", the penis is neither straight nor "S" shaped as had been previously thought, but is, in fact, the shape of a boomerang. What's more, during female sexual arousal the size of the uterus does not increase, as had been previously reported.
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You're in luck! A new NSFW video featuring footage from multiple MRI scans affords a remarkable glimpse inside human bodies as they engage in intimate activities ranging from a French kiss to, yes, full-bore coitus. MRI scanners create still and, in this case, moving images with the help of strong magnetic fields that interact with protons inside our bodies. And as you can see in the video above, those interactions can tell us a lot about interactions of our own.
MRI scans take an looks at internal organs during sex
This isn't a photo from the actual event. None of those exist, so Sidhant Gandhi created this one on photoshop. Ida Sabelis recalls being excited and nervous, but not particularly horny. And there she was making small talk in the MRI lab of a hospital with three male scientists when she suddenly had a thought.
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