Hypo #1: UCLA Medical Experiment
From there, you and your guide continue down the corridor until you come across an unusual scene: There's an attractive, nude man laying unconscious on a hospital bed. He has some sort of Star Trek-looking skullcap gizmo attached to his head, with a cluster of tubes and wires extending out of it and into an intricate, computerized contraption at bedside. Further left is another bed, this one empty.
Another doctor steps forward and details the experiment:
You are to lay down, fully clothed, on that empty bed across from the unconscious man and have the futuristic headgear attached. Within 20 minutes, you will be asleep, but every aspect of your consciousness will be temporarily transferred over to the man. In other words, you will actually wake up - with all faculties, memories, personality traits, everything, completely in tact - in the man's body. You can even see your body asleep on the other bed.
From there, you will be given 20 minutes alone for "self-exploration," just to check out your new body and see how everything works. Then, you are to join the woman you saw in the mock hotel setting for a 45-minute sexual escapade, which will include, among other things, mutually administered oral sex. Afterward, you are to return to the original bed with the headgear, where your consciousness will be shifted back into your body. You will then wake up, and while your body was not actually involved, you will retain all knowledge, memory and sensation of the experience.
Mixed Company Addendum: Men - The experiment is the same except that your consciousness would be transferred into a woman's body and you would be having sex with a man.
For a $1000, cash-in-your-pocket gratuity (and the absolute assurance
that the proceedings are fool-proof!), would you do it?