25 Ailments That Can Be Cured By Having Sex

In one of my more odd experiences since entering the blogosphere last fall, Fiona King recently emailed me to tell us:

We just posted an article 25 Ailments That Can Be Cured By Having Sex.” I thought I’d bring it to your attention just in case you think your readers would find it interesting.

The oddness is of two parts: first, why is it that Fiona is writing in about it, while Jessica Hupp wrote the article, and second: why email me instead of Wesleying@gmail.com? I wrote to ask her these questions (not to mention how it is she came to be a Wesleying reader in the first place), but no response to date. I mean, granted I spend hours and hours every day on their parent site “100bestdatingsites.com,” but I tend to use a fake name and email…..

So, after waiting a few days for a response, I’ve decided that the article would in fact be of some interest to our readers. In no particular order, I think #1 is obvious, #24 sounds really unfortunate, #4 doesn’t sound too appealing for the guy, #6 was inevitable and #13 is my favorite.

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18 thoughts on “25 Ailments That Can Be Cured By Having Sex

  1. Anonymous

    9:34, if you divided all men that have ever died by all the men that ever lived, you’d get a little less than 1. if you’re gonna try and pull tricky math lies, do it well :P

  2. Anonymous

    9:34, if you divided all men that have ever died by all the men that ever lived, you’d get a little less than 1. if you’re gonna try and pull tricky math lies, do it well :P

  3. Anonymous

    9:34, if you divided all men that have ever died by all the men that ever lived, you’d get a little less than 1. if you’re gonna try and pull tricky math lies, do it well :P

  4. Anonymous

    Semen an antidepressant? Semen as a tooth decay preventive? really? sounds like someone just wants to encourage people to have oral sex. not that there is anything wrong with that…but there isn’t much in semen except sperm, sugar, and some other nutrients and I really doubt that any of them are antidepressants. granted some of the points are true. Organisms can help reduce menstrual cramps and sex is definitely exercise, but I wouldn’t buy most of these claims. A lot of them are effects you get from any exercise, not just sex and the rest just seem like far fetched hypotheses. while this was entertaining, it is pretty misleading.-skeptical bio major

  5. Anonymous

    Semen an antidepressant? Semen as a tooth decay preventive? really? sounds like someone just wants to encourage people to have oral sex. not that there is anything wrong with that…but there isn’t much in semen except sperm, sugar, and some other nutrients and I really doubt that any of them are antidepressants. granted some of the points are true. Organisms can help reduce menstrual cramps and sex is definitely exercise, but I wouldn’t buy most of these claims. A lot of them are effects you get from any exercise, not just sex and the rest just seem like far fetched hypotheses. while this was entertaining, it is pretty misleading.-skeptical bio major

  6. Anonymous

    Semen an antidepressant? Semen as a tooth decay preventive?

    really? sounds like someone just wants to encourage people to have oral sex. not that there is anything wrong with that…but there isn’t much in semen except sperm, sugar, and some other nutrients and I really doubt that any of them are antidepressants.

    granted some of the points are true. Organisms can help reduce menstrual cramps and sex is definitely exercise, but I wouldn’t buy most of these claims. A lot of them are effects you get from any exercise, not just sex and the rest just seem like far fetched hypotheses.

    while this was entertaining, it is pretty misleading.

    -skeptical bio major

  7. Anonymous

    Actually, ironically, the going rate is only 50%. If you take all the men that have ever died, and divide by all the men that have ever lived, you get about 50%. Damn mathematics…

  8. Anonymous

    Actually, ironically, the going rate is only 50%. If you take all the men that have ever died, and divide by all the men that have ever lived, you get about 50%. Damn mathematics…

  9. Anonymous

    Actually, ironically, the going rate is only 50%. If you take all the men that have ever died, and divide by all the men that have ever lived, you get about 50%. Damn mathematics…

  10. Anonymous

    I’d like to point your attention to number 25:Death: That’s right, sex can help ward off death for men. Professor Stuart Brody reports that men who orgasm twice a week are half as likely to die as those who only orgasm once a month.I think all men are just about equally likely to die. The going rate is 100%.

  11. Anonymous

    I’d like to point your attention to number 25:Death: That’s right, sex can help ward off death for men. Professor Stuart Brody reports that men who orgasm twice a week are half as likely to die as those who only orgasm once a month.I think all men are just about equally likely to die. The going rate is 100%.

  12. Anonymous

    I’d like to point your attention to number 25:

    Death: That’s right, sex can help ward off death for men. Professor Stuart Brody reports that men who orgasm twice a week are half as likely to die as those who only orgasm once a month.

    I think all men are just about equally likely to die. The going rate is 100%.

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