Portal:Sexuality/Did you know
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- ... that the fictional Document 12-571-3570 was a hoax that purported to describe sex experiments done in space?
- ... that Narciso Bassols founded Mexico's first systematic sex education program while Secretary of Public Education?
- ... that homosexuality has been labeled by some communists as a product of bourgeois decadence?
- ... that a drawing resembling a penis by Andy Warhol may be on the moon?
- ... that the Sex Machines Museum, opened in 2002 in Prague, has a collection of approximately 200 sex devices?
- ... that the sexual script is a sociological analysis of what leads up to sexual intercourse?
- ... the Shuka Saptati, written originally in Sanskrit, is a collection of seventy erotic tales narrated by a parrot to prevent its mistress from committing adultery while her husband is away from home?
- ... that German politician Käte Strobel broke a taboo in 1967 by promoting sex education with a school book and the government-sponsored film Helga?
- ... that anti-gay protests following the selection of the song Samo Ljubezen by drag-group Sestre in the 2002 Eurovision Song Contest led to criticism of Slovenia in the European Parliament?
- ... that pre-colonial sexual customs in the Philippines involved equating the size of a woman's breasts and the wideness of her hips with the price of the dowry?
- ... that a banjee is a young Latino or Black man who has sex with men and dresses in thuggish urban fashion?
- ... that sex workers across the world have organised since the mid-1970s to demand sex workers’ rights, including the decriminalisation of prostitution and equal protection under the law?