You are more likely to choose sex above else—TRUTH.
It is one of the most pleasurable activities any able human being could engage in. Various studies have even revealed that doing it regularly is actually beneficial to one’s health. It is a great form of exercise. It puts you in a better mood. It keeps you look and feel younger.
Like, what is there to not like about sex?
All of a sudden, here enters this sexual partner calculator, which can be one heck of a nightmare for some. The device was invented by Lloyd’s Pharmacy using a famous principle in sociology called “six degrees of separation”. It basically lets you know how many sexual partners you’ve already had.
As reported by Metro.co.uk, “The tool works by taking the numbers of partners you’ve had and multiplying it by the partners they are likely to have had. Then by the partners of those partners and so on for six stages or degrees.”
It doesn’t mean you’ve only got laid once you only were able to have sex with one person or one genitalia. If your sex partner already had multiple partners before you, those penises or vaginas that touched his or her organ will also be counted… as well as those organs that touched the privates of your sex partner’s previous partners… till it reaches six degrees. Could you imagine that?
Have a closer look at this illustration over here:
Look at that! Four sexual partners could quite horrifyingly make someone realize that he/she already had a little less than two million indirect sexual partners in his/her lifetime! That’s, like, a whole lot of genitals! But, know that this sexual partner calculator doesn’t want anyone to get scared of having sex. It just reminds folks that safe sex is that one key to a better, worry-free life. You still can make love to more than one person, but, yeah, just choose the much safer way all the time.
“This calculator is not a diagnostic tool but it highlights how exposed you can be to STIs, and how this risk increases with each new partner,” said Lloyd’s Pharmacy. “It’s not just your direct partners that you have to worry about, but your partners’ partners, and their partners’ partners, and so on,” added the group.