While enjoying sex is quite a big part of most people's lives, and is seen as a fun thing to do in most circumstances, there are several ways sex can go wrong. And we're talking injuries here, not him asking what your name is straight after you've just enjoyed a one-night-stand. Because let's face it: sex is a pretty physical thing, and your whole body is at risk of something going wrong (let's not mention STD's, we're trying to keep it light hearted). When it's your most private parts being exposed to the elements, there's always a slight chance that something terrible might happen. Like sunburn on your vagina. Or your balls freezing together because you're banging on top of a snow-capped mountain. It doesn't even have to be that extreme. We're not just focusing on the more brave sexually active individuals; don't worry, you can experience a whole ton of bodily inflictions from the safety of your own home. Just take some advice: always wear a harness, don't get confused about what S and M really means, and only call an ambulance if you're don't mind telling the paramedic that you got a cucumber stuck in an orifice it probably shouldn't have been in in the first place.
I love Stephen King and music festivals; I eat my toast upside down; I daydream about getting married probably a bit too much; and I wish every day for a pet sausage dog puppy (who never materialises – sob).