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Biological aspects of sexuality

Asking young women to define female sexuality

Women represent a particular educational challenge because they are not nearly as curious as most men are about sexual phenomena. Women often fail to...

Characteristics of low responsiveness

The key characteristic of an individual who has a low frequency (or non-existent) erotic response to sexual activity (typically women) is that they are...

Men cannot accept that women are unresponsive

Consent would not be an issue if intercourse caused female orgasm. The idea that women need a loving partner to enjoy sex, is clear...

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....

Factors that are believed to affect male responsiveness

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

Boys enjoy physical activities such as sport where conversation is minimal. From a young age, most boys already demonstrate a more active and outgoing...

The internal anatomy involved in reproduction

We only have genitals because we have two sexes: male and female. Sexual reproduction evolved eons ago and far back in our evolutionary history. Many...