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  • The Body Sensual: Five Senses

    What is sensuality? How can an individual increase their intimacy with his or her partner through arousal senses? When thinking about the term sensuality, individuals often connect it with the concept of sex. In the book, “The Body Sensual: 5 Senses That Arouse Your Passions,” Clinical Sexologist, Tova Feder states, “Sensuality ignites the passions and opens up the soul to the vast panorama of delights the world has to offer. It enables you to experience life with heightened awareness and…

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  • Blondie's Argumentative Essay

    “For the male,” said Felatina, gesturing to Blondie, “Exercise and sexual behavior are closely related. The same muscles are used in both activities.” Blondie was blushing deeply as we watched him. He clasped his hands in front of his pelvis, trying to maintain some modesty. “This is why,” she continued, “it is so interesting to watch male physical exercise.” I thought of Blondie using the masturbation device and had to agree. Felatina approached Blondie with a small bottle. “Drink,” she said…

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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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  • Orgasm, Inc.: Film Analysis

    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. Canner was asked by the…

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  • Sexuality In Popular Culture Essay

    Introduction There is a widespread trend today of the increasingly pervasive presence of sexuality in one form or another prevalent all over popular culture and particularly advertising today. This practice, and the central importance sexuality has been given in everyday expressions of popular culture, has become quite embedded in the public life, and is having some important effects on the social development of people, especially young people. This paper will explore the current state of the…

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  • Personal Narrative: The Circles Of Sexuality

    and attitudes towards sexuality. With so many different views towards sexuality, it is better to talk to your partner about how they feel on the subject without assuming you know. With learning about sexuality, intimacy, sexualization, sexual identity, and sexual health & reproduction, I feel more confident in knowing what I feel is important to me when it comes to these topics. Having a better understanding of these topics will help define a relationship from the start. Sensuality Body…

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  • Summary Of Joyce Carol Oates's Childish Connie

    alone, and is spending her time day-dreaming. Connie automatically starts to worry about how she looks when Arnold shows up at her house. Arnold’s presence startles Connie and her sexual personality starts to show through. She briefly remembers seeing Arnold at the fast-food restaurant, and she remembers the “intense sexual excitement” she felt during the encounter (Rubin 59). Since Connie does not know Arnold, she starts out playing hard to get. As she realizes that Arnold is older than her and…

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  • Sexual Desire Effect

    The effect of sexual abuse on sexual functioning such as low sexual desire began to be noticed in the 1970’s. 80% of female CSA survivors admitted to sexual problems, including low sexual desire (Courtois, 1999). Since then, an abundance of studies on the effects of CSA on sexual desire have been done. Different studies included statistics on an inability to enjoy sex and lack of interest in having sex (McGuire & Wagner, 1978). It was also discovered that females were avoiding sexual…

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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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  • Examples Of Objectification Of Women

    Sexual Objectification of Women If a woman today is asked if she has ever felt uncomfortable due to an unwanted compliment from a man, she will probably say yes. If a woman is asked if she would rather have the body of Kate Upton than her own, she will probably say yes. If a woman is asked if she has ever tried to lose weight or considered reconstructive surgery to get closer to an ideal body, she will probably say yes. These are all examples of sexual objectification and potential…

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