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(Sex) We think much and Do little

Sex is the instinct or attraction drawing one gender to another to get orgasm by coital pleasure. Everybody talk much about sex in camera but never in open talk. We find usually difficulty in talking about sex, so it is never understood in the life. By the time we understand it – the age is barred. According to Dr. Louann Brizendine, author of “The Female Brain,” men think about sex every 52 seconds, while women tend to think about it just once a day. Apparently, men are thinking about sex a great deal more than women. We are bombarded with an average of 1500 advertisements a day and many of these rely on the old adage “sex sells.” Both men and women are getting “sexier” regardless of how often each supposedly thinks about it. On one level, we treat sex as a normal part of everyday life, but at a deeper level, we are still like little kids for whom sex is naughty and evil.  As adults, we think about sex, dream about sex and fantasize about sex [1]. We watch movies where everyone has marathon sex bouts (recently inIndia, Karnataka and Gujarat MLA’s are on this issue).

How much sex we enjoy in life time?

  • 26th year = 225
  • 27th to 31st year = 900
  • 32nd to 46th year = 900
  • 47th to 57th year = 480
  • After 57th year = 95
  • A total 2600 orgasms in 13000 minutes

Let us make a small calculation on this part. Usually inIndiaa boy gets married at the age of 25 (average) years. As soon as got married, he explores everyday for few (6) months, some times twice a day. When we take out the average days leaving the menstrual days, festivals, etc, in a month it will be around 25 time’s coital pleasure. So, the coital count for first 6 months is – 25 X 6 = 150. The next 6 months the average drops to 50%, so it will be 75. So, for the first 365 days a total of 225 orgasms are undertaken. As the children appear, the subsequent 5 years goes with on and off an average of 15 times in month calculated to 180 orgasms multiplied for 5 years is 900 orgasms. Later as the responsibilities in the job and house are dumped it will be 5 times average per month makes a total 15 years of time with 900 orgasms. Next 10 years if fitness is maintained may be weekly once makes another 480 orgasms bagged. It is doubtful to have orgasms after the age of 57, if a bonus is given another 95 orgasms. It becomes a grand total of 2600 orgasms. If an orgasm is of 5 minutes the total time spent of orgasms is – 13000 minutes or 216.66 hours or 9 days out of a standard 60 years of life. Now it is to decide whether the marriage is for sex / orgasm or harmony / intimacy.

Are there any benefits with sex?

Yes. There are many benefits with regular sex (not the adultery). A harmonious sex is for harmonious life. The benefits of male and female may differ. Sex Relieves Stress and Boosts Immunity. But one thing is sure – it makes Calories to burn and makes the body fit for both. Sex not only Improves Intimacy it Boosts Self-Esteem also. Cordial sex is good for cardiac (Heart) health. Sex has good effect over the low-back. It Strengthens Pelvic Floor Muscles and reduces the risk of Prostate Cancer. After sex effects includes a good sleep at the end.

Facts of Life – sex education

Sex and Evolution

George Christopher Williams, “Sex and Evolution. (MPB-8)” Publisher: Princeton University | 1975 | ISBN 0691081522 | PDF | 210 pages | 2.8 MB

This book explores the relationship between various types of reproduction and the evolutionary process. Starting with the concept of meiosis, George C. Williams states the conditions under which an organism with both sexual and asexual reproductive capacities will employ each mode. He argues that in low-fecundity higher organisms, sexual reproduction is generally maladaptive, and persists because there is no ready means of developing an asexual alternative.  DOWNLOAD or  MIROR

100Qs Sexual Wellness

100 Questions & Answers About Your Daughter’s Sexual Wellness and Development
Jones & Bartlett Publishers; 1 edition (April 30, 2010) | ISBN: 0763785458 | 538 pages | PDF | 1 MB
Directed towards the typical family with the typical teenager, 100 Questions and Answers About Your Daughter s Sexual Wellness and Development provides parents of adolescent daughters with reliable, up-to-date information about the special health issues affecting their daughter’s sexual development. This essential guide covers a wide range of topics including breast development, menstruation, birth control, the health effects of tattoos and piercings, and the pros and cons of the new HPV vaccine. Written by an obstetrician-gynecologist and mother of a young woman, with commentary from other parents and a teenager, this book offers authoritative and practical answers to your questions about your daughter s sexual wellness and development.

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Beyond Desire


Publisher:Berkley Trade | ISBN: 0425207862 | edition 2006 | PDF | 480 pages | 1,55 mb

Together for the first time in a special single trade volume–two complete erotic historical romance novels from Emma Holly, the USA Today bestselling author hailed by Susan Johnson as “one of the best writers of erotic fiction around.” In Beyond Innocence a naive young woman in Victorian London goes from nubile bride to gorgeous pawn in a devious scheme-one with a passionately unexpected twist-between two brothers. And in Beyond Seduction a scandalously clever Victorian beauty agrees to pose nude for a notorious artist in order to discourage her overly- respectable suitor from a proposal of marriage.

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Normal sexuality

Orgasm

Orgasm (from Greek orgasmos, from organ to mature, swell, also sexual climax) is the peak of the plateau phase of the sexual response cycle, characterized by an intense sensation of pleasure.[1][2] Experienced by males and females, orgasm is controlled by the involuntary, or autonomic, limbic system, and is accompanied by quick cycles of muscle contraction in the lower pelvic muscles, which surround the primary sexual organs and the anus.[1] Orgasms are often associated with other involuntary actions, including muscular spasms in multiple areas of the body, a general euphoric sensation and, frequently, body movements and vocalizations are expressed.

Orgasm is an autonomic physiologic response to sexual stimulation. Brain wave patterns have shown distinct changes during orgasm, which indicate the importance of the limbic system in the orgasmic response.[1] In humans, orgasms usually result from the stimulation of the penis in males and the clitoris in females.[1] Stimulation can be by self (masturbation) or by a partner (sexual intercourse, oral sex, mutual masturbation, etc.). Partners simultaneously stimulating each other’s sex organs by mutual masturbation, penetrative intercourse, or other rhythmic inter-genital contact may experience simultaneous orgasms.

The period after orgasm (known as a refractory period) is often a relaxing experience, attributed to the release of the neurohormones oxytocin and prolactin.[3] Male and female brains demonstrate similar changes during orgasm (by partner controlled orgasm), with brain activity scans showing a temporary decrease in the metabolic activity of large parts of the cerebral cortex with normal or increased metabolic activity in the limbic areas of the brain.[4]

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Without nerves sending impulses back to the spinal cord and brain, an orgasm wouldn’t be possible. Just like any other area of the body, the genitalia contain different nerves that send information to the brain to tell it about the sensation that’s being experienced. This helps to explain why the sensations are perceived differently depending on where someone is being touched. A clitoral orgasm, for example, differs from a vaginal orgasm because different sets of nerves are involved.

All of the genitalia contain a huge number of nerve endings (the clitoris alone has more than 8,000 of them), which are, in turn, connected to large nerves that run up through the body to the spinal cord. (The exception is the vagus nerve, which bypasses the spinal cord.) They perform many other functions in the body in addition to providing the nerve supply, and therefore feedback to the brain, during sexual stimulation. Here are the nerves and their corresponding genital areas

  • hypogastric nerve – transmits from the uterus and the cervix in women and from the prostate in men
  • pelvic nerve – transmits from the vagina and cervix in women and from the rectum in both sexes
  • pudendal nerve – transmits from the clitoris in women and from the scrotum and penis in men
  • vagus nerve – transmits from the cervix, uterus and vagina

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