Female sexual arousal disorder

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  • The Importance Of Personal Feelings

    This is easier said than done, especially when trapped feelings are about money or sexual dissatisfaction, because then, personality seeps in as a contaminant. Interfacing feelings, sex, and personality to define and measure love is an enormous task for those that dismiss human differences, and the widened gap between men and women, who…

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  • Affects Sexual Performance

    Affects Sexual Performance Sexual performance is a broad term that encompasses many issues and conditions that affects sexual health life. This is a reduction in sexual performance as a result of external problems that interfere with sustained erection ability (impotency). Numerous Psychological and physiological conditions leads to erectile dysfunction. Physical stress increase, either at home or workplace is the main cause of inability to keep up a steady erection during sexual…

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  • The Importance Of Fusion In The Steven Universe

    way for two Gems to become one and gain strength, but they do so in a sacred, intimate, and physical way. Thinking about fusion in this way allows for the comparison of fusion to sex, and more importantly, allows for lessons on and discussions about sexual consent. Fusions appear quite often over the course of the show’s two seasons, but one of the most important instances of fusion is the discovery of forced fusions in one episode. All Gems shatter into shards when killed or “cracked”, and…

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  • The Theme Of Sexuality And Passion In The Storm By Kate Chopin

    passion. During the 19th Century, women’s sexual desire was suppressed by the societal constraints; and also they were not allowed to take any decision about their sexual life. This story indicates how a woman, who was not happy with her marriage, tries to conform to the norms of the society by dedicating herself to domesticity and her married life. However, she transgresses the norms and customs of the society by finding another mean to fulfill her sexual aspiration. Moreover, the author seems…

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  • Analysis Of Homosexuality

    testosterone in each individual it affects our sexual arousal and sexual response. Biology is the key pillar that holds the structure of sexuality either in heterosexuality, homosexuality, or bisexuality. It is in our genetic makeup to be drawn to each other. Humans do not only rely on their genital for reproducing. Genital for humans could also be used for pleasure instead of reproducing. The human body…

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  • The Importance Of Sexuality In Childhood

    Abstract Many people would not consider children to be sexual beings mainly due to the prevalent cultural belief that children are sexually innocent. This view also holds that this innocence is to be protected, and we often assume that sexual development begins at puberty because this is when human beings become biologically capable of reproduction. It is important to realize that while children may not have or express conscious sexual desires like teens and adults, in most respects, sexuality…

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  • Definition Of Sex Essay

    question of why have sex in the first place. Whereas some are convinced that sex is up to the individual, others maintain the belief to never have sex. What it is intercourse? According to Merriam Webster, the definition of intercourse is: “physical sexual contact between individuals that involves the genitalia of at least one person” (Webster). In layman terms, intercourse, traditionally, is when a male puts his penis inside a female’s vagina, but this doesn’t answer the question…

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  • Symbolism In Oedipus The King

    their sexuality and its perversions define them. “[I]t is impossible to segregate the tyrant’s sexuality from his political power: each symbolizes the other. His notorious perversions (adultery, bigamy, rape, incest, sadism, necrophilia…) are the sexual manifestation of his extraordinary relation to the laws and norms of the polis.”[1] The tyrant wants more; their disordered desire means they are seen as eros incarnate[2]. No matter how much a tyrant has, he wants more. As a result, they are…

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  • Cultural Intertextuality

    of the concepts under familiarity may include sharing. The richness of personal human relationship emanates from sharing. While sensuality mostly involves physical closeness, intimacy gives its stress on the emotional closeness . Another aspect of sexual intimacy would be lovingness . This way that one feels the striving and pleasure of the other person. It means expressing openness to the emotion that may be uncomfortable and or nor convenient. The possibility of an intimate relationship is…

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  • One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest Theme Analysis

    away, and when they are given complete freedom. In this novel, the constant clash between masculinity and emasculation alludes to the theme that too little or too much sexual freedom can be harmful to anyone. At the start, Nurse Ratched, the head nurse of the mental institution, destroys the patients’ masculinity and their sexual freedom with her action and her strong use of words. Before Randle McMurphy had joined the institution, Nurse Ratched had a tight grip around the male patients, often…

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