Men reach their sexual peak in their early 20s and women in their 30s
There are far too many sex myths out there causing many to overthink, and grow anxious about the act of love. It's time to set the record straight! Gif via Tumblr. Firstly, there is no such thing as peaking sexually. Secondly, as we are most likely aware, mind boggling, life-affirming sex can arise at any stage in life. Our experience of sex is subjective, personal, circumstantial: reliant on specific preferences and unique contexts that can make for some rather breathtaking encounters entirely unrelated to age. Read more: 7 dating anxieties to overcome when you're over
What is black box?
Brains, animals, and whizzing on an electric fence. We asked the MythBusters for some help with your favorite myths. They've filmed more than episodes and tested myths with about just as many explosions , so we asked them to suss out fact from fiction — and whether they could remember their earliest episodes. Adam: That is actually one of the ones we wanted to test on the show. I think that's a myth. What part of your body is exposed in the cold? It's usually your head, so we wanted to test it. It's something we haven't yet tested — cold-weather myths where specifically we expose gestures around head exactly this amount of square footage of your body, watch it on a thermal camera and see, because I don't think it's true.
Some industry folklore is repeated so often, so widely, that we collectively just take it for granted. When put to the test, some of them hold true. Others turn out to be myths that, once busted, enable us to move our marketing to the next level. The industry myth is that producing video in this way is both expensive and takes lots of time.