Tag Archives: Sexotronics

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

Available in the Net as Free Book – Use Search engines to get it

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

link page
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
Available in the Net as Free Book – Use Search engines to get it

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.

Available in the Net as Free Book – Use Search engines to get it

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]

source: see more at wikipedia

read more Orgasm at Ayurvedaonline

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

read more at the source :: http://health.howstuffworks.com/

Who wants SEX?

SEX . . .  As you all know, as age attains, soon will be marriage. Marriage is a physical component to a relationship. No one can’t change that, and no one  can’t sacrifice it any longer. It has helped many people validating their feelings by saying that sex/physical connection is a basic human need and we are all entitled to it.

  • But is it really a “basic human need”?
  • If it is, how do you explain?
  • Who just don’t have the desire for sex to feel love, give love, and have a successful relationship with their partners?
  • How can sex be a “basic human need” if clearly, some people DON’T need it?
  • I think we may be wrong…maybe it isn’t a basic need.
  • And if it isn’t, how would you justify leaving a relationship over this issue?
  • Simhomeless’s Blog – express more here . . . [click]
  • Cialis vs Viagra, Medicine for Men [read from here]

10 Situations That Make Women Want Sex [more reading]

  1. After an argument -The concept of “make-up sex” is not a myth. A heated argument with your woman tends to get your blood boiling, and your heart pumping. And once you’ve both gotten whatever’s been bothering you off your chests and told each other exactly how you feel, there’s nothing quite like turning the tables by taking her in your arms, kissing her passionately and letting your heightened emotions take over. Even if you’ve upset her and she’s crying, that’s okay. Let her calm down, wipe her tears away and make love to her.
  2. Happy occasion: Just like anger and sadness, extreme happiness can also get a woman in the mood. So, if she just got her degree, got a great new job, just found out she’s pregnant, or another similarly joyous event has just taken place, it’s time to channel all of that positive energy into some great sex.
  3. Amid stress: Although I wouldn’t consider stress an extreme emotion, it can raise a woman’s libido. If your woman’s been likened to a chicken without a head lately, chances are that she’d be quite appreciative if you offered her a release for her tension. That goes for stress-induced headaches too, by the way. That’s right; a roll in the hay often gets rid of her headaches altogether. Be sure to tell her that the next time she gives you that tired line.
  4. Jealousy: I’m not talking jealousy of the psychotic kind here; I’m referring to that little twinge of insecurity that comes over her when another woman is doing her competitive bitch thing and putting the moves on you, so to speak. After an evening of watching her man be hit on by other women, she may just want to remind you about one of the important reasons you’re with her and not them. But don’t go out of your way to make her jealous, that will just hurt and confuse her in the long run, diminishing the likelihood of your getting laid even further.
  5. Day 14… or so: Wow, this is a shocker: A woman gets horny when she’s ovulating. So, if it’s been about two weeks since her last period, now is probably a good time to initiate some action, if she hasn’t beaten you to it already.
  6. Party on: I’m not advocating getting her drunk and taking advantage of her here. But, there’s nothing like a little dancing and drinking to get a woman in the mood. So, pour her her favorite kind of liquid courage, lead her in a slow dance on your living room floor, and watch as her inhibitions slowly melt away, allowing you to proceed with the matter at hand. Cheers!
  7. Sexy movie: Most women aren’t that into porn, especially not the raunchy, hard-core stuff. But a steamy sex scene starring Brad Pitt or Antonio Banderas may just be enough to get her revved up and ready for you. So, turn your next humdrum night in watching movies, into a night you won’t soon forget.
  8. Long-distance love: Long-distance relationships have the potential to be great for your sex life, as you will typically spend several days or weeks apart, pining for one another, with maybe just a couple of phone calls to keep you going, so that by the time you are reunited, all you want to do is devour each other.
  9. Abstinence: The longer a woman goes without having sex, the hornier she’ll be. So, if the woman you’re after has been single for a while, and isn’t the one-night stand type, chances are that she’s looking for the right guy to break her dry spell. It just may be you.
  10. Creative pitch: If your woman enjoys using her creativity, whether it be in the kitchen, with a paintbrush or musically, these occasions may be conducive to great sex. So, the next time she’s making you a gourmet meal, you may just want to slip into the kitchen for some pre-dinner sex.

When Women Use Sex [more reading]

1. Marriage for Money: There was a time when women had to marry outside the confines of love. A time when their fathers and grandfathers chose husbands for them. A time in which marriage was a contractual agreement in which the men involved gained profit or status. This was a time long ago, when women could not vote, took their husbands’ name because they were possessions, objects without voice or volition. A time when the laws of God and country did not consider them human — women were the ends to a means, and the only things they contributed to their marriage included children and compliance. This time no longer exists save for some small countries outside the United States in which women are still considered voiceless second-class citizens.  Women no longer need to marry for money, and yet they continue to troll the walks of life in search for a man with deep pockets. I feel sorry for the man who settles for such a woman, and I openly scorn the woman who thinks it’s OK not to work, not to be self-reliant, and is content to leech off the ambitions of men — I’m not talking about stay-at-home-moms. They work 24/7. I’m talking about the women who won’t date men who make less than a certain amount of money a year; women who cheat with rich and married bosses in hopes that these men leave their wives and 2.5 kids for them. Why not be more like men — ambitious, self-reliant, and independent? There is more pride in that. There is more respect. And this is why men continue to rule the world. They achieve while we rely on their achievements to provide us with security and an endless array of Gucci shoes — unapologetically.

2. Sex and Glory: Women who use their sex/sexuality to get ahead sicken me. Women who use their sex/sexuality for attention and self-pride annoy me to no end. Women are endowed with the same kind of natural potential as men, and yet it is their sex that they use to gain recognition, equality, and respect. And it may seem as if the men that undress them, leave their wives for them, and give them raises or promotions recognize and value them, but they don’t. They only want to covet that which the women so freely sell. There is no respect, no valuable gain in profiting from the sale of female flesh and orifices. No matter the title that garnishes women’s names, no matter the suits they wear, no matter the amount of money they deposit in their checking accounts, underneath all of that these kind of women are nothing more than corporate whores, prostitutes, hookers, nameless sexual objects with price tags. They are no better than the go-go dancers that wind their curves around a metal pole at a strip club for a buck in their panties. They’re no better than trash cans, obscure and interchangeable holes in which men deposit their excrements.  Why not be more like men who use their brains, their intellect, their education to get ahead?

3. Tits and Assets: Men compete in suits, in the kind of cars they drive, in the golf and country clubs they join. Their ambition earns them their job; their job earns them money; their money earns them a lifestyle full of toys and possessions that highlight their success as men, as entrepreneurs, as driven and infallible Gods. Women, on the other hand, compete with their sexuality — more specifically, with their breasts. Whereas the size of a man’s wallet determines his appeal, the size of a woman’s breasts accentuates her appeal — and still it is her sexuality that she uses to empower herself — God forbid she  earns a degree or two with which to highlight her intellectual prowess. Yet again, women get implants or wear padded bras and low cut shirts so that the curve of their tits show the world and masculine eyes that women have power — but they doesn’t. Sure, they have the power to draw the lustful glances of their sexual counterparts — but for what means? How does a man’s recognition and appreciation of a woman’s breasts make her feel superior, powerful, sure-footed in life? Why does she need to feel sexy in order to feel powerful — dominant? All he wants is sex. He wants nothing more because he sees nothing more.

Cover yourself and show him your real power — show him your potential, your intellect, your unnerving, un-cowering and unparalleled supremacy as it lies beneath your sexuality, beyond the size of your breasts or the curves of your femininity, struggling with the want of male-centered recognition. Show him you are better than tits and ass, better than sex, better than an object of his desire.

4. Vain and Petty Appetites: Women are vain and petty; men are vain and petty, too, but because they work and are possessors of volition and drive, they don’t seem as superficial as women. Women are silly, child-like, supercilious, and vapid embodiments of the female. They have always been like this. Read any book written circa 1600, 1700, 1800 — women have always been social creatures who delved too much in the romances, competing over gossip and men.  A lover of the classics, I have always been engrossed by the portraits painted of women from the past, and wonder how nothing has really changed. Women are allowed to vote, have careers, possess many more opportunities and choices than in the past, but they are still petty. Men interact with one another on a superficial level, talking about work, kids, wives, sports, the market; they never reveal too much to one another, a wall of fortified concrete concealing their inner-most secrets, fears, and insecurities. But women bare all, taking into confidence “friends” they have made and entrust all their secrets to. But as soon as we know these secrets, we feel superior; we condescend, patronize, and shame the other for her insecurities, her follies and mistakes. In this way, men are smarter. They outline their relationships with other men with distance. And because of this, gossip and pettiness does not marginalize their sex as it does for women. Women are cliquish, acting out their middle and high school interactions in the adult world with adult women. If you don’t drive the right car, take your kids to the right school, dress the right way, or say the  right things, chances are you will not be allowed exclusive membership to their exclusive club. Men aren’t so vapid, and it makes me wonder if it is because they work; there is meaning in their lives and they have better things to do with their time because they work. They are defined by the success they have built for themselves.

Who Wants Sex More, Men or Women? [more reading] Dr. Trina’s Point: Give it up guys…sex isn’t all about you.

Brian, do you remember the Woody Allen movie where on a split screen, Mia Farrow says to her psychiatrist, “He constantly wants sex—three times a week.” On the adjacent screen Woody Allen says, “We hardly ever have sex—three times a week?”

I believe women do want sex as much as men. The challenge, though, is that it has to be memorable sex.

If any of you men are wondering why your gal isn’t as enthused about sex as you it’s probably because…are you ready? The sex is all about you, not her. Women would like sex to have a beginning, middle and end.

Instead, she gets the all-about-the-man sex—you clutch and grab her three hot spots, she hopefully has an orgasm and if not, oh well, there’s always next time, and then it’s on to you (finally!!!). After a few months of that old and tired routine other things bring more stimulation, like reading a romance novel.

It’s not rocket science Brian. Estrogen is far more powerful on female sexual desire than testosterone could ever hope to be. Think of when a woman is having her horny day. Heaven help the husband if he doesn’t pull through on a booty-call.

  • Many Books on  it . . ..
    • WHY MEN WANT SEX AND WOMEN NEED LOVE: Solving the Mystery of Attraction
      by Barbara Pease and Allan Pease

      Allan and Barbara Pease, the international best selling authors of Why Men Don抰 Listen & Women Can抰 Read Maps, deliver their most exciting book yet.

    * The seven types of love
    * The top five things women want from men
    * What to do when the chemistry is wrong
    * What turns men and women on ?and off!
    * The most common New Relationship?mistakes and how to avoid them
    * How to decode canspeak?
    If you want to get the most satisfaction from your relationship, or are single and looking for the right person, then you must read this book for the answer toWhy Men Want Sex and Women Need Love.
    About the Author: – ALLAN and BARBARA PEASE are the most successful relationship authors in the business. [download]

    Ecstasy

    Ecstasy may refer to:

    • A state of being carried away by overwhelming emotion or A state of elated bliss . . . see in ayurvedaonline
    • The Art of Sexual Ecstasy – (New York: Tarcher/Putnam, 1989) is the best-known work of author Margot Anand. It presents the foundation of her method known as “SkyDancing Tantra”. It has been translated into at least eleven languages and has gone through numerous printings. It is possibly the most popular book on Tantra addressed to a Western audience, and is notable for its use of concrete sexual exercises to demonstrate the often esoteric principles of Tantra.
    • MDMA (3,4-Methylenedioxymethamphetamine), an entactogenic drug, also known as “Ecstasy”, and as “E”, “X”, and “XTC”
    • Ecstasy (emotion), a trance or trance-like state in which an individual transcends normal consciousness
    • Religious ecstasy, a state of consciousness characterized by expanded spiritual awareness, visions or absolute euphoria
    • Ecstasy (philosophy), a term used to mean “outside-of-itself”.
    • SexualEcstasy.org

    Extended drug use damages brain

    2010-09-05 13:40:00

    Use of narcotics like ecstasy, ice and speed for a long time leads to brain damage, a study by Australian doctors has said.

    Doctors at the Royal Perth Hospital scanned the brains of 30 patients who were treated for problems related to amphetamine use.

    The patients were mostly men, with an average age of 26 years, and most had a history of ice, speed or ecstasy use that spanned several years.

    A majority of the patients told doctors they were suffering from lack of concentration and mood swings. Half admitted they had memory failures.

    Six patients showed signs of brain damage, the Herald Sun reported Sunday.

    MRI scans of the six showed abnormalities in the form of an unidentified bright object, said Daniel Fatovich, a professor at the hospital’s Centre for Clinical Research in Emergency Medicine.

    The research has been published in the latest edition of the Medical Journal of Australia.

    [see more about Khajuraho]

    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.

    How Sex Works

    How Sex Works: Why We Look, Smell, Taste, Feel, and Act the Way We Do
    Harper | Pages: 288 | 2009-05-01 | ISBN 0061479659 | PDF | 1,1 MB

    Why are women biologically driven to find Mr. Tall, Dark, and Handsome?
    Can more sex help ensure a safe pregnancy?
    What effect does pornography have on a man’s fertility?

    In this compelling follow-up to the New York Times bestseller Survival of the Sickest, Dr. Sharon Moalem takes us on a trip from prehistory to the forefront of cutting-edge medical research, and through a bedroom or two, to tell the story of how human sexuality has developed over time. How Sex Works challenges common perceptions about our bodies and provides astonishing discoveries from the frontiers of science as it traces the transformation of sex across species and through time to its current role in human societies.

    Find out the answers to such provocative questions as:

    * Can the birth control pill influence the type of men women are attracted to?
    * What do men and honeybees have in common when it comes to sex?
    * Why do hourglass-shaped women tend to be especially fertile?
    * When are women most likely to cheat?
    * Can twins have different fathers?

    [click 2 know]

    La pareja

    Enamoradas del amor
    Relaciones dependientes

    María Rosa Rivero, Univision.com


    Getty Images
    En este tipo de relaciones es imposible ver los defectos o errores del otro.

    “No puedo vivir sin él”, “Sé que me hace daño pero lo necesito”, “El en el fondo es bueno”. ¿Quién no ha escuchado estas expresiones en una consulta desesperada o de una amiga abandonada o de una compañera de trabajo maltratada…son mujeres que sufren pero no pueden alejarse del hombre que aman,  sienten que su vida no tiene sentido sin el otro y que aunque sean desdichadas son incapaces de estar lejos de quien le trae tanto dolor.

    Aferradas a alguien

    Son mujeres enamoradas del amor, adictas al amor. Mujeres que son como niñas que se aferran a un osito y que no pueden dormir sin él. Que no pueden ver los defectos de la otra persona sino que lo ven como lo sueñan o quisiera que fueran. Esta sensación las anula de tal manera que no pueden vivir sin esa persona.

    Lo cierto es que un sentimiento que lastima o da dolor, abandona o es indiferente, no es amor. La pregunta es ¿Por qué estas mujeres siguen estas relaciones?.

    • Porque se sienten solas y desvalorizadas.
    • Porque no saben llevar su vida adelante solas.
    • Porque no se sienten capaces de vivir solas, criar sus hijos, resolver problemas.

    Y lo pueden hacer seguramente si logran ver cuánto valen y de cuánto son capaces y  pueden aceptar que se han aferrado a esa relación por problemas de su historia: en general son chicas abusadas o maltratadas, con familias con secretos  dolorosos, con infidelidades frecuentes, pérdidas y mucha violencia ya sea con palabras o con silencios. Esto genera mujeres capaces de anularse en nombre del amor y soportar cualquier cosa para no perderlo.

    • “No puedo vivir sin él”.
    • “El va a cambiar y volverá a ser el que era” (el que ella soñó).
    • “Los chicos lo necesitan y es buen padre”.
    • “Sola no podría vivir”.

    Estas son frases con las que sostienen esta situación durante años y a veces se separan y vuelven con una relación parecida a la que se aferran nuevamente y se vuelve a negar la realidad y a aceptar una vida con alguien que daña. Vuelve a sentirse insegura, sin alegría, pero como toda adicción se supone que todo va a mejorar y se vuelve.

    La única manera de salir es quebrar el círculo desde afuera, ayudarla a que recupere su autoestima, se sienta capaz de hacer cosas y resolver conflictos sola, que sienta cuánto vale y que deje de soportar  tanto dolor por instantes de dicha que, como la droga, luego se pagan muy caros.

    ¡Cuidado amigas! A pensar si se está en una relación de esta clase… y a buscar ayuda para salir.


    Getty Images Getty Images
    En este tipo de relaciones es imposible ver los defectos o errores del otro. In this type of relationship is impossible to see the faults or errors of others.