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Americans Have Crazy Sex; Animal Collisions up 7%

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Each day, science releases new studies. Often, these studies have nothing in common and reach conclusions that are entirely unrelated.

But in this interconnected world of connections, Minyanville dares to ask: could there be a correlation?

Let’s find out!

Study #1: Experimental Sex Practiced More Often By Americans

A new study by The Center of Sexual Health Promotion at Indiana University found that despite Americans’ reputation as puritanical, vanilla procreators, we’re actually completely uninhibited when it comes to satisfying our carnal desires.

“The era of wham-bam, thank you ma’am is over,” Pepper Schwartz, a professor of sociology who was involved in the study, tells Bloomberg.

Since the last study in 1994, respondents answered in the affirmative when it came to questions of sexual adventures, including a host of activities I won’t reprint for the simple fact that my mom reads this.

Suffices to say, everything you can imagine is probably true. Americans are doing a whole lot of everything, and, as expected, men think they do it better than they really do.

Read more about it here.

Study #2: Animal Collision Claims to USAA Rose 7% in 2009

The United States Automobile Association has some bad news for animals. Roadkill rose 7% in 2009, as the deer population exploded across the nation.

37,000 claims were filed, according to Bloomberg. The highest rate of claims was in West Virginia.

The average insurance cost for a car accident with an animal came out to $2,886.

The Connection?

Okay, we admit that these two subjects—sexual health and animal collision—are pretty far apart on the spectrum of science. I mean, what possible adventurous sexual escapade could have any affect on a raccoon who haphazardly found itself in the middle of a highway?

Hmm…..

Bingo!

Well folks, I think we have a connection!  Again, with my mom reading this and all, I don't think it's necessary to spell it out.  But you probably get the gist.

After all, we're all adults here.

See you next time on Studies in Studies.
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TAGS:  HIGHWAYS, STUDIES, SEXUALITY, ANIMALS, COLISIONS    SOURCE:   Bloomberg
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