Religion And Social Consequences Of The Human Sex Drive

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“Gagnon points out that social arrangements create biological responses, not the other way around. Becoming a sexual person, he states, is not a matter of physical maturation; rather, it is a process of acquiring meanings” (Archive for Sexology). Our sex drive does not define the situation rather the situation defines our sex drives. This would mean that swingers are a product of not just mind set but their environments. Human sex drive is a natural biological urge, but it has been hindered by society, religion and social standards of acceptable behavior. Swingers are not monstrous people, they are not sick, rather they are comfortable in their skin, identity and understand that sex and passion are very two distinctly different things.
Our society has double standards when it comes to human sexuality. What we all need to understand, sex is different for everyone and even Christians and religious communities have sex, however they will state that it is to multiple. No matter the reason it is human nature to enjoy sex, furthermore swinger happen to enjoy it with multiple partners and can keep it from overlapping in their romantic life. With interviews of many couples and individuals many have stated they enjoy reading the karma sutra with each other and being inventive, thus making it know this is universal. Though men ignite
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Nurture has eluded the scientific and medical communities for millenniums, however this should be a vividly clear concept. “You ain’t gotta sell sex, girl, it sells itself” (Bubba Sparxxx), this is an example of nature and I believe that it is stronger than nurture. Human society is nothing more than moderately tamed animals and every so often some can’t be tamed to follow the faction. Sigmund Freud said “the pre-genital zones are primitive areas of preliminary enjoyment preceding sexual intercourse and orgasm.” This again makes my case stronger in that are natural biological urges control us more than man made rules of

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