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When you think of weird and shocking sex rituals, the first thing that comes to mind is African, Pacific and Asian countries. In other words, countries like Papua New Guinea where kids start having sex at six years old. Or the Himalayas, where one wife has several husbands. But rarely, if ever, Europe comes to mind as a continent where some sex rituals and shocking sex practices were the norm.
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BIZARRE SEX RITUALS FROM AROUND THE WORLD
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There are plenty of superstitions which inspire, or we should say, force humans to indulge in simply useless and unnecessary practices. Some of the weirdest 'sex rituals' or sex practices still exist in our very own world which we are not aware about being in a civilized society. There sex practices will definitely blow you mind and make you think - why the hell do they need to do this. Some previous generations might think that the sex habits of the current generation are very unconventional and bizarre but believe me, the sex practices we are talking about are way more weird.
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The World’s 9 Weirdest Sex Rituals
People have been going freaky inside their bedrooms for centuries. Look at temple carvings and books on lovemaking, it seems that there were times when the bizarre in sex was celebrated. But do you think that it has long since been forgotten in the pages of history? Think again.
You know the names of all the positions, and you may have even tried a few in your climb up the scale of sexual bravado. You saw 50 Shades and thought, that's cool, nothing weird there. Because that was the rule. What, no?