… is dedicated to providing information about sexuality in the context of the sex research findings. Topics include the various aspects of human sexuality: Biological, Emotional, Intellectual and Social. Sex education involves understanding not only ‘safe sex’ but also how we can give pleasure and be pleasured by a lover.
|Biological aspects of sexuality Sexuality is about reproduction (including raising children to maturity), our sex and gender; responsiveness, orientation and personality; and about appreciating the sexual anatomy & development of both genders.||Emotional aspects of sexuality Sexuality is about engaging in intercourse (the mating act); non-sexual intimacy & how we feel loved in our relationships; and about our willingness to consent to sexual activity with others.|
|Intellectual aspects of sexuality Sexuality is about our motivation to use our imagination to explore sexual fantasies; enjoying the responsiveness of our own body through masturbation alone; and about learning how we can achieve arousal and orgasm alone and with a lover.||Social aspects of sexuality Sexuality is about a committed relationship (including social, emotional & sexual activity); observing, talking or interacting with others in return for payment or other non-relationship rewards; and about enjoying sexual pleasure with a lover|
I present the precedents for sexual responsiveness, explanations for the sexual behaviours exhibited by men and women together with a discussion of why the sex research findings may have been misinterpreted.
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