• King Tamba of Banaras known in history for having the biggest harem of sixteen thousand women during the sixth century and chief queen Sussondi was given the responsibility to handle the harem. She was called as the mother of these sixteen concubines.
• The condom was invented by Earl of condom, a British physician in the Court of Charles the second. Who asked him to invent something that can prevent him from syphilis.
• In Athens, 5th century BC it was natural to accept that men will be attracted to boys. There are literary and artistic records that prove it was natural practice, at least at the upper class.
• Prostitution was always considered shameful, but for Romans, this was not considered the same. It was always considered proudly for business.
• In Ancient times the royal families for maintaining the pureblood married their spouse within small and closely related groups. The Egyptians often married their siblings to keep the relationships within the family. The famous example of marrying in Egyptian mythology is the marriage of Osiris and Isis.
• The Ancient Romans used herbs for birth control which was 100% effective.
• If a man was unable to satisfy his wife in the bedroom, it could have made as a weapon for the grounds of divorce.
• The word Genophobia stands for the fear of having sex.
• Ithyphallophobia means the fear of seeing, imagining an erected penis.
• Erotophobia is the fear of genitals.