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Biological aspects of sexuality

Sexuality is about reproduction, sex and gender; responsiveness, orientation and personality; and the sexual anatomy & development of both sexes.

Characteristics of low responsiveness

Female mammals are involved in the daily care of and affectionate play with their young. They also engage in grooming of their cubs. The...

Young men tend to focus on enjoying their arousal

At puberty a boy’s mind naturally focuses on his penis and its responsiveness. Some young men can become erect many times through the day....

How we know that the vagina is not a sex organ

If women had orgasms from inserting objects (such as an erect penis) into the vagina they would seek this kind of stimulation themselves. Research...

Factors that affect the strength of male sex drive

Factors that affect men’s orgasm frequencies include their age, the age at which they reached adolescence, as well as their level of education and...

At puberty boys develop a reliable arousal cycle

From a young age, most boys already demonstrate a more active and outgoing personality than most girls. This gender difference is apparent before the...

The internal anatomy involved in reproduction

We only have genitals because we have two sexes: male and female. Sexual reproduction goes back a long way in our evolutionary history. Many plants...

Characteristics of high responsiveness

The precedent from Nature is clear. The male is motivated to mate so he is obliged to persuade the female to accept intercourse. Male...