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Intellectual aspects of sexuality

The ability to see a partner as a sex object

Unlike emotional attachments, arousal is not caused by a specific person or by a relationship. Arousal relies on being able to see a person,...

How we know that someone has had an orgasm

A sex education should include a description of sexual techniques that may be used to pleasure men and women. These should differentiate between those...

Mental arousal combines with a thrusting instinct

Men can orgasm from non-reproductive activity such as fellatio or masturbation. But heterosexual men obtain the most satisfying sexual release by ejaculating into the...

Women make conscious effort to respond sexually

Men are naturally more proactive as lovers than women are. Men stimulate a partner because they are aroused by touching, kissing and penetrating a...

Shere Hite published in 1976

Shere Hite’s work was a thesis produced for her doctorate in sexuality. Her research had much lower funding than Kinsey’s and so was more...

The mental focus required to achieve orgasm

Men achieve orgasm through masturbation much more quickly than a woman does. This is because men are aroused at the start of any sexual...

We (not a sex toy or lover) cause our own orgasm

In general, we stimulate our genitals because we are aroused enough for orgasm. Men are aroused before they arrive at sexual opportunities. It is...