10 Questions We Have About Sex Ed For Mermaids

We were really curious about how sex ed was conducted at Hogwarts, which got us thinking about other magical worlds and creatures. Seriously, sex ed is barely addressed in mortal TV shows, and it’s definitely not mentioned in fictional ones either. What’s up with that?

We had a conversation about The Little Mermaid and wondered how sex ed worked under the sea. We have a lot of questions regarding mermaid sex. If it’s anything like sea horses, that means they’re not even having sex! How do you even hook up with fins? I don’t get it.

So here are 10 questions we have about mermaid sex ed:

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  • NorthStarSea

    In Star Trek Voyager, the Ocampa reproduce (Not have sex) via hands. These things they called in the tv show the ‘epacafore’ (Did I spell that right?) emerge on the female’s hands when they are of an age to reproduce, then their hands are clasped with the males (Like holding hands with the fingers interlocked). Somehow the male’s genetic material reaches her version of a womb. But it takes about a week. They give birth out of their back (Weird, right?). Maybe mermaids are the same way. Yes, I am a trekker. Not a Trekkie, a trekker.

  • T

    External fertilization maybe? Female fish lay the eggs, then the sperm of the male fish is deposited on the eggs. Mermaids are part fish, so I guess it would make sense.

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  • Hannah

    About the period one:
    In the bath, our period… blood doesn’t come out (are you still with me here?), so it wont in the sea… Right?

    • Isabel

      Ok, is it normal that in my case it does come out? Eh… I don’t find explanations

  • hooskanoonan

    lol maybe they fondle each others fins for foreplay…..?????

    -but seriously these are important questions! my biology teacher would not entertain them

  • Jillian

    Apparently, mermaids can shed their tails (at least Aquamarine could) and grow human legs, and walk on land until the sun goes down. So, yes, they have roughly 12 hour access to humans if they so choose to. There’s one question answered.

    • grace

      so true always wondered about that

  • Sarah Enzman

    The same way craw-fish do thanks Phil for showin that

  • Michaela

    This is the stupidest thing I’ve ever read -___-