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Love Diet

The Love Diet: Expert Techniques for Sensual Pleasure and Mind-blowing Sex  Publisher: Rayo | 2006-01-01 | ISBN 0060829990 | Pages: 304 | PDF | 1.4 MB

From the best-selling author of Sex and the Perfect Lover comes a unique book that promises to radically improve your sex life with solid, adventuresome advice –  read more

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Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus

The Classic Guide to Understanding the Opposite Sex – Publisher: Harper Paperbacks | ISBN: 0060574216 | edition 2004 | PDF | 369 pages | 11,7 mb

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When troubled or depressed, women “go down into their wells, and men retreat into their caves,” the author claims in this abridged version of his best-selling book. Gray uses such examples to demonstrate the common conflicts between men and women. Topics include communication differences; emotional needs and the different ways of expressing these needs; and forming and maintaining relationships. This adaptation, read competently by Gray, succinctly summarizes the text. Deborah Tannen’s You Just Don’t Understand: Talk Between the Sexes (S. & S. Audio, 1991) offers a more in-depth look at the different communication styles, although Gray’s clinical experience is evident in his text. Without any research references, however, the material comes across as psychobabble. Recommended for public libraries where demand warrants.

Sexual Fantasy

A sexual fantasy,also called an erotic fantasy, is a fantasy or pattern of thoughts with the effect of creating or enhancing sexual feelings; in short, it is “almost any mental imagery that is sexually arousing or erotic to [an] individual”. A fantasy can be a long, drawn-out story or a quick mental flash of sexual imagery; its purpose can range from sexual motivations, such as sexual arousal and reaching orgasm, to simply passing time or helping a person fall asleep.

A sexual fantasy, also called an erotic fantasy, is a fantasy or pattern of thoughts with the effect of creating or enhancing sexual feelings; in short, it is “almost any mental imagery that is sexually arousing or erotic to [an] individual”.[1] A fantasy can be a long, drawn-out story or a quick mental flash of sexual imagery; its purpose can range from sexual motivations, such as sexual arousal and reaching orgasm, to simply passing time or helping a person fall asleep.

As a nearly universal phenomenon, sexual fantasy is an important study topic. A fantasy may be a positive or negative experience, or even both. It can reflect past experience and influence future sexual encounters. A person may not wish to enact a sexual fantasy in real life, and since the process is entirely imaginary, they are not limited to acceptable or practical fantasies, which can provide information on the psychological processes behind sexual behavior. Fantasies are theorized to play an important role in sexual offenses; similarly, a lack of fantasy, or guilt surrounding fantasy, may contribute to sexual dysfunction.

This article is about psychological fantasies. For written fantasy, see Erotic literature.

Sperm Counts

Sperm Counts: Overcome by Man’s Most Precious Fluid
Publisher: NYU Press | 2007-07-01 | ISBN 0814757189 | Pages: 256 | PDF | 1.2 MB

A clever yet comprehensive look at the substance of manhood. Moore goes where few scholars dare to tread, and uses bodily fluids as a revealing window through which to observe the current nature of sexuality and gender relations. —Michael S. Kimmel, author of Manhood in America: A Cultural Study
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Teenage Sex and Pregnancy

Mike A. Males – Teenage Sex and Pregnancy: Modern Myths, Unsexy Realities
Praeger | ISBN: 0313385610 | 2010-07-15 | PDF | 218 pages | 1.18 Mb

Teenage Sex and Pregnancy: Modern Myths, Unsexy Realities presents a unique view of its subject by analyzing the extensive myths and fears that surround discussion of teenage sex and pregnancy, including their relationship to popular culture, poverty, adult sexual behaviors, and anxieties toward the increasingly public roles of young women.

Award-winning author Mike Males argues that today’s discussions rely largely on falsehoods and the suppression of crucial realities. His work details a new view of popular culture as a largely beneficial feature of teens’ lives and presents a carefully documented analysis demolishing destructive myths about the “new girl.” Debunking popular arguments, he shows that the “teen sex” debate is mired in interest-group talking points that ignore difficult realities to advance politically attuned agendas. It’s time, he writes, to modernize the discussion, recognizing that teens act in ways consistent with their interests, with the sexual behaviors of adults, and with the school and job opportunities afforded them.

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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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