Considering that many of us glean our sexual knowledge from a flawed combination of middle school health class and bad pornography, seeking sound advice online about bumping uglies seems to be the lesser of two (or three, or four) evils.

But all advice is not created equal. Both men and women's websites regularly instruct us to do things that would baffle the average bed-mate. No, she doesn't want you to paddle her breasts like a you're dribbling a basketball. No, he would not enjoy you pouring hot coffee over his testicles. 

The struggle to find quality advice is real, and the Internets are teeming with questionable tips for "spicing things up" that may or may not result in humiliation and injury.

Think twice before trying these at home: The 50 Worst Pieces of Sex Advice on the Internet.

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