Wikipedia attempts to be an exhaustive source of information that is readily available for anyone with an internet connection. However, there are instances when this juggernaut of knowledge over steps its bounds and treads into the world of “too much information.” It is these exact instances that this series seeks to capture and display, because most of the time odd, nasty facts can be hilarious.
Today’s chapter in Wikipedia’s Greatest hits deals with sex. While perusing the encyclopedia, a reader can find all sorts of oddball entries in this taboo category that will make you scratch your head and wonder why the hell anybody thought it was a good idea to put them there in the first place. Nevertheless, the following entries were taken directly from the wiki:
Warning: Despite these being on Wikipedia, you might not want to look at them at work.
Found on Mammary Intercourse
- It’s nice that Wikipedia actually has an article about this practice, but the smug creep telling you about it is rather disturbing. To listen, please click here.
Found on Seminophagia (Up for deletion)
Semen contains trace quantities of dopamine, consuming gallons of the stuff will get you high.
- Antidepressant: Semen has been proven to act as a strong antidepressant in women.  Women physically exposed to semen are less likely to suffer from depression. It is thought that the psychological effects of semen are a result of its complex chemical make-up, including several mood-altering hormones (testosterone, oestrogen, follicle-stimulating hormone, luteinizing hormone, prolactin and several different prostaglandins, epinephrine, dopamine, oxytocin and serotonin). Because of these properties it has been called “Nature’s Prozac”. The effect of semen on a male sexual partner (a receiver of semen) is not known. These studies involved vaginal sex without condoms, however, the gastrointestinal tract is much more conducive to facilitate nutrient absorption than either the vagina or the rectum.
- Men generally prefer that their semen be swallowed rather than spit out because it provides a feeling of acceptance. Also, continuing to suck through the orgasm leaves him both physically and emotionally satisfied.
- Several tribes of Papua New Guinea (including the Baruya, Etoro, Gebusi, Kaluli, and Sambia) believe that semen provides sexual maturation among the younger men of their tribe. To them, sperm possesses the manly nature of the tribal elders, and in order to pass down their authority and powers, younger men of their next generation must eat/drink their elders’ semen. This fellatio and seminophagia custom commences among prepubescent males and postpubescents.
Found on Bukkake
- Some feminists have described bukkake as a sexual fetish culture somehow “beyond sex”. Others describe bukkake as symbolic group rape, with its primary purpose as the humiliation, degradation and sexual objectification of women, and that the use of ejaculation is part of a humiliation ritual and generally does not involve any of the female characters experiencing orgasm. However according to the Village Voice, “The porn phenomenon known as bukkake shoots homophobia and misogyny right in the face”.
Found on Felching
- Felching is a sexual practice involving the licking or sucking of another person’s anus. This practice involves a high health risk. In particular, it refers to the act of sucking semen out of the anus of one’s partner. The semen has been ejaculated into the rectum via anal sex. The act of sucking the semen and then passing it, through mouth-to-mouth or open-mouth kissing, is often referred to as “Snowballing”; although the latter is typically associated with semen ejaculated into a mouth from fellatio.
- Felching may also refer to the anal insertion of a small animal (usually a gerbil) for the purpose of sexual stimulation. 
Found on Pearly Penile Papules
- Hirsuties papillaris genitalis (more commonly referred to as pearly penile papules, or PPP) is a clinical skin condition of the penis. It is a harmless anatomical variation with no malignant potential, although it can be mistaken for genital warts by inexperienced doctors. The papules appear as one or several rows of small, flesh-colored, smooth, dome-topped bumps situated circumferentially around the corona or sulcus of the glans penis. Pearly penile papules are not a sexually transmitted disease and are in fact quite common.
Common in Wikipedia editors maybe…
Found on Female ejaculation
- There are innuendos alluding to female ejaculation in books of the Bible. Biblical scholars attest to the fact that there are erotic references to lovemaking techniques in the Bible, and that includes female arousal, orgasm and ejaculation. One example is the Song of Solomon, in which three verses might be understood as references to female ejaculation (4:11-12, 4:14-15, 5:1). One of these reads:
A garden enclosed is my beloved, my spouse; a spring shut up, a fountain ready to burst. —(Song of Solomon 4:12)
- Critics of the concept have maintained that ejaculation is merely either stress incontinence or vaginal lubrication. Research in this area has concentrated almost exclusively on attempts to prove that it is not urine…early work was contradictory, for instance the initial study on one woman by Addiego and colleagues reported in 1981, could not be confirmed in a subsequent study on eleven women in 1983, but were confirmed in another seven women in 1984. But in 1985 a different group studied 27 women, and found only urine, suggesting that results depend critically on the methods used.