Male and Female Sexuality Pre and Post Puberty

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The male and female bodies take different route when developing as the two genders add more years to their ages. This is because of the hormones that are being excreted, aiding development and altering changes in the physical, emotional and sexual well being of the body. Physically, most men are bigger and taller than women, often developing facial hair, pubic hair, acne, deep voices, broad shoulders and growth of penis. Females, on the other side are more emotional, have breast development, become more sensitive in some body parts, and go through monthly menstrual cycle. One is poised to ask if these development and changes in the human body come with an increase or decrease of sexual thoughts and/or if they remain constant over the years of a human lifespan. And if they are not constant, are hormones the only reason for the degrees of variation between male and female sexuality or do other external factors aid them? Many people believe that one begins to explore his or her body sexually when puberty sets in because of the sexual hormones that are being released at its peak at that age. Because of this, people believe that human sexuality declines as one gets older because these hormones are released in very little amount that do not cause any sexual pleasure to the body. On the contrary, it is often believed that a child do not know or think about sex, but it has been observed that some children are fond of touching their genitalia when they are still infants and experience some kind of pleasure, even at a very young age. A research done states that it is part of normal development in these children to self stimulate themselves and up to one third of the children of this age group may be seen doing this sexual self stimulating act (Ratnakar, 2010). Since it is a normal development in children to self stimulates themselves, it is possible to state that both men and women think about sexual pleasure pre-puberty as much as they do after puberty. The role of...
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