Asked by SilverShadowhunter. Just as in RL, there's a whole industry built around sex-related items. They're not too hard to find, although you do need to be over 18 years old and therefore able to visit non-G rated places and view sections of the Marketplace that are rated above G. Look for some obvious things first, like beds that have built-in animations. Just as in RL, of course, there's a world of difference between knowing how to have sex and having the brains to know when to do it and with whom. You're on your own there.
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James Cameron's megahit Avatar never explains how the Na'vi people go about getting it on. But apparently, the DVD will give a full run-down on the topic The two share deep meaningful yellow-eyed stares and then one long kiss, and in hindsight it's slightly weird that another alien species would actually "kiss" each other — an extremely Earthling thing to do — but whatever. We then cut relatively quickly to the "morning after" moments. Leaving us to wonder, how do they do it?
Does virtual world sex count as adultery? Can condoms cut off circulation? And how does a woman know she's climaxed?