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Instead it clings to your skin and forms pools, Millis said.

If you were engaging in some heavy, vigorous sex, then blobs of liquid would be flying all over the place. "Every push or thrust will propel the astronaut in the opposite direction.

"NASA could be easily monitoring this while the astronauts slept," according to Raymond J. D., in a report published by the The Kinsey Institute. "Vaginal wetness could be an issue as the fluid - like sweat and tears - will tend to pool at the location of secretion in the absence of gravity.

This wouldn't inhibit arousal necessarily, but I imagine it would be uncomfortable/unpleasant," Millis said. But for some reason, male testosterone levels have been seen to fall during their time in space, says Millis. But the astronauts' testosterone levels did return to normal once they came back to Earth, writes Noonan.

Imagine a pair of ice skaters standing on fresh ice.