NASA prohibits pornography and masturbation in conditions of weightlessness

NASA prohibits pornography and masturbation in conditions of weightlessness

The International Space Station has strict rules governing the solitary confinement of astronauts. NASA engineer Smith described the limitations in the author's podcast of American comedian and journalist Conan O'Brien's Sonan O'Brien needs a friend.

Smith reported that NASA had a ban on pornographic material on board ISS, and astronauts could not masturbate, and the scientist joked that those prohibitions were related to the fear that female participants in a research mission might become pregnant with accidental fluids.

Sex and masturbation in space are possible, but a major problem, reported astronomer John Millis in an interview with New York Post.

Rigid rules restrict not only the sexual life of astronauts, but also the fact that foreign particles floating in the air can disrupt the normal operation of the station; for example, small particles of pudding distributed in the air can cause chaos on board.