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At puberty boys develop a reliable arousal cycle

The proper name for a boy’s willy is ‘penis’. There are many other slang words for the penis including ‘cock’, ‘dick’ and ‘prick’. Little boys have a small penis and testicles. These increase in size at adolescence. The size of the male genitals also increases as a man ages or puts on weight. At puberty…

Intercourse is the heterosexual lovemaking act

The proper word for lovemaking is intercourse. During puberty hormones cause boys to experience arousal, which means that they feel excited when they think about someone they find attractive. When he is aroused, a boy’s penis becomes erect and hyper-sensitive in a way that makes it very pleasurable to touch. Initially some boys stimulate themselves…

Women tend to focus on companionship & family

Marriage comes with its privileges and its obligations. A man’s privilege is the opportunity for regular sex without having to invest in persuading a woman to have intercourse with him each time (as a single man must). A woman’s privilege is to have children and be able to devote her life to raising them with…

How we know that someone has had an orgasm

Orgasm involves genital secretions (cervical and male glands), tumescence (increased blood flow in the whole body as well as the sex organ), rhythmic pelvic thrusts, muscular contractions and a release of nervous energy. We discover orgasm because we have the capability. No one teaches us how to orgasm. Responsiveness is sporadic and occurs randomly depending…

Sex as a competitive sport & entertainment

Human sexuality is often presented in terms of a relationship. This allows male and female sexuality to be viewed purely through social liaisons and reproduction. Little importance is placed on the massive sex industry because of the taboo over men paying women for sex. Men are quickly aroused and they orgasm easily. They don’t make…

Differences between men and women’s responses

The main differences between male and female sexuality relate to levels of sex drive, ease of arousal and the importance of orgasm. The penis and clitoris are the only erectile organs of the body. When a person experiences arousal (by the mind responding positively to eroticism) there is an increase in the rate of blood…

Women’s fantasies are sexually explicit scenarios

Women who masturbate to orgasm rarely talk about the pleasure they enjoy for a number of reasons. Most other women react with evident disgust if masturbation is ever mentioned. If a woman tells a male partner, he may interpret it as a turn-on and want to have intercourse. Women are also embarrassed to admit the…