If it takes generations to travel to other galaxies, this is something we'll have to deal with in the future, since one generation will leave the earth and another generation will arrive at the destination. One problem is?weightlessness.
NASA space physician Dr. James Logan says, "Sex in micro-g might be a little underwhelming. That is, the fantasy might be vastly superior to the reality. It?s a pretty messy environment?for every action there?s an equal and opposite reaction." (We thought sex was always that way). He says that sex in a zero gravity spacecraft will have to be "choreographed"?in other words, planned instead of spontaneous.
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