You're in luck! A new NSFW video featuring footage from multiple MRI scans affords a remarkable glimpse inside human bodies as they engage in intimate activities ranging from a French kiss to, yes, full-bore coitus. MRI scanners create still and, in this case, moving images with the help of strong magnetic fields that interact with protons inside our bodies. And as you can see in the video above, those interactions can tell us a lot about interactions of our own.
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This timeless piece of “body art” of people having sex in an MRI turns 20
'Sex in an MRI scanner' – the story behind an extraordinary imaging project
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What sex and birth look like through an MRI machine
The tradition began in , originally as a one-off attempt to bring a bit of levity to the journal for the holidays. While the papers selected for inclusion evinced a quirky sense of humor, they were also peer-reviewed and scientifically rigorous. Some of the more notable offerings over the last 37 years included the side effects of sword-swallowing; a thermal imaging study on reindeer offering a possible explanation for why Rudolph's nose was so red; and an analysis of the superior antioxidant properties of martinis that are shaken, not stirred. Conclusion: "'s profound state of health may be due, at least in part, to compliant bartenders. But by far the most widely read Christmas issue paper was a study that produced the very first MRI images of a human couple having sex.
In its first year, it picked up the IgNobel prize for medicine, and has since become one of the most downloaded BMJ articles of all time. In celebration of the article's anniversary, his thoughts are published in a special feature in The BMJ. Image source: Dickinson RL.
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