Female sexual arousal disorder

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    The documentary, Orgasm, Inc, discusses the evolution of “female dysfunction disorder” and how this had inevitably led to the medicalization of female sexuality. The filmmaker, Liz Canner, begins by explaining how it was in the first place that she came about studying female sexual dysfunction “for nine years” and how this led her in making a documentary exposing the pharmaceutical companies’ roles in making profit by creating and defining the very diseases they “claim” to be able to cure.…

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    Cultural Intertextuality

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    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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    Sexual relationships are a very opinionated topic, Roger Scruton and Allan Goldman both describe them very different. You either believe that you can have sex with whoever you may please, or you may think there has to be love or some sort of connection for people to have sex with each other. Allan Goldman and Roger Scruton have two totally different point of views on sexual relationships. Goldman simply says that sex is plain sex, he separates sex from emotions. He said that sex is desire for…

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    before taking his own life. In the middle of his rampage, Rodger uploaded a video on YouTube detailing his plans and explaining his motives. He describes his actions as retribution for the fact that he was still a virgin because girls rejected his sexual advances. Rodger declares, “If I can't have you, girls, I will destroy you. (laughs) You denied me a happy life, and in turn, I will deny all of you life. (laughs) It's only fair” (CNN, 2014). The 2014 Isla Vista attack was the consequence of…

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    Hegemonic Heterosexuality

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    Question One Hegemonic heterosexuality essentially means that heterosexuality is the dominant ideology of sexual orientation and relationships in our culture (Walden 2016). In Mark Carrigan’s article “There’s More to Life Than Sex?” he discusses the asexual community, and defines asexuality in a couple different forms. Carrgian states that many researchers believe that asexuality is defined as, “’I have never felt sexually attracted to anyone at all’ which Bogaert takes to be indicative of…

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    Gender roles have been around us for so long that people have forgotten how life would even be like with no classifications. Life as we know it would cease to exist if male and female humans were honestly all treated the same. The reason for this is simple and very direct, humans although want equality demonstrate the complete opposite. There is media now in day that include, books, novels, movies, theater performances, and so much more that reflect how poorly and how little todays society…

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    Affects Sexual Performance

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    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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    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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    It feels very strange to read your reply. I say strange because I feel several things all together and I want to explain them to you: I do like to read you want to talk about it In an odd way, I 'm almost glad you don 't like to hear about it, because it probably means you feel what we do in our intimacy is so special and you are afraid I 'm having something that special with someone else. But I 'm not sure about this feeling. I shouldn 't be liking this at all. I am afraid. I am afraid of…

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    Analysis Of Homosexuality

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    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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