Bicycling May Be Bad for Your VaginaKatie J.M. Baker4/02/12 10:25amFiled to: SportsHealthBicyclingBikesExerciseFbtweet166EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalink When it comes to the almighty penis vs. vagina square off (don't lie, you know you've been drawn into that argument before), men have quite a few trump cards: they can pee standing up, they don't bleed every month, and, uh, the religious right isn't fighting a war against their private parts. However, dudes need to be careful where they sit, since certain objects like laptops and bicycles have been linked to erectile dysfunction, whereas ladies simply orgasm if they even so much as glimpse an exercise machine. Or so we thought. A new study shows that just because our fruits don't hang as low doesn't mean we're immune from similar fertility issues — female cyclists are most likely also at risk for the same sexual problems as male bikers. It's just that it took longer — as is often the case — for scientists to study ladyparts as closely.