Anybody vaguely familiar with Anne McCaffrey's beloved Pern series knows her books are packed with psychic dragon sex. But Pern isn't the only alien planet with sexy dragons. Why is there so much dragon-related sexuality in science fiction and fantasy?
We all know the future of sex involves robots and teledildonics, but what will love be like in centuries to come? Here are three possibilities, based on current trends.
I don't know about you, but I got into scifi as a young teen because I was looking for sex. You know, hot human-on-alien action. And I've got some of that for you today. (NSFW)
Sexology, or the study of human sexuality, is a science at the nexus of biology, neurology, psychology and sociology. And like any science, sexology has its eureka moments. Here are some of the biggest.
Who would've thought? Annalee does a post about why vampires have a reputation for being sex machines, and the comments get filled with people who eagerly begged to differ. And not one mentioned James Brown!
Recent scary-lovely Swedish flick Let the Right One In is proof that Twilight can't drain all the magnetism out of vampires. And it adheres to a basic vampire principle by breaking sexual taboos beautifully.
It's a truism in adult science fiction that humans of the future will have sex with robots. But can a robot really consent to have sex when it's been programmed?