Learn About Sexuality

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.

The role women have in the family & in society

Women are generally the homemakers regardless of whether they have children or not. Women like the status and security of a fixed abode. Most men would just as soon live in their cars or a shed. Many people believe that the mother (but not the father) is responsible for ensuring that the children are properly…

At puberty girls develop a child-bearing capacity

Female sexual development focuses on a girl’s menstrual cycle and her breast development. Menstruation is the process by which the female body anticipates the possibility of conception and pregnancy. Women’s non-sexual natures makes them natural child-carers and also means that women (but not men) can hug and kiss each other without anyone assuming that there…

Men are aroused by seeing & stimulating genitals

Male mammals are motivated to engage in activities other than the mating act itself. They enjoy stimulating their own and a partner’s genitals. Male mammals are also motivated to obtain oral stimulation of their genitalia. This indicates the male’s much greater fascination with genitals and his motivation to engage in genital sex play of all…

Male role models and personality stereotypes

The precedent from Nature is clear. The male is motivated to mate and he has to persuade or otherwise subdue the female into accepting intercourse. Male mammals fight for breeding rights and they lose the opportunity to mate if they cannot beat rivals. The female has little choice in the matter. One might interpret her…

Justifying biological & evolutionary precedents

Humans belong to the animal group called mammals and within mammals we also belong to the subgroup called primates. Mammals have been around for about 225 million years. The first primates appeared around 55 million years ago. Given our ancestry, we need a strong supporting argument for suggesting that human sexuality differs significantly to our…

Men who were adolescent first are the most sexual

Factors that affect men’s orgasm frequencies include their age, the age at which they reached adolescence, their racial type, as well as their level of education and whether they are influenced by religious teachings. Boys who become adolescent first (before 12 years of age) often have the highest orgasm frequencies throughout their lives. Having a…

Male homosexuality focuses on casual sex

While 50% of men are straight only 4% of men are exclusively gay. Some men are aroused by both sexes and many men (37%) have had at least one gay encounter that ended in their own orgasm. Many of these are one-offs or sporadic. Some men resist homosexual urges because of the taboo. Women typically…