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Orgasm

of the reasons for Pretending Orgasm Inventory Mark G. McCoy, Dept. of Psychology, Oakland University, Rochester, MI, USA (Corresponding Author) Lisa L. M. Welling, Dept. of Psychology, Oakland University, Rochester, MI, USA Todd K. Shackelford, Dept. of Psychology, Oakland University, Rochester, MI, USA Nina Wells – Course Code: 75716 – March 4, 2015 Evolutionary Psychology: Development and Initial Psychometric Assessment of the reasons for Pretending Orgasm Inventory For my secondary summary...

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Concept of Multiple Orgasms

Along with everything else in life, having sex gets better with practice, the outcome can be a very fulfilling reward for you and your partner if one or more orgasms are delivered. Both male and female orgasms are similar in many ways. Although studies have shown that female orgasms tend to last much longer than men. Both men and women involve a rapid series of muscular contractions in the genital and anal areas. Women generally experience more intense contractions because the uterus can contract...

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Sexual Response Cycles

phase | | |represents the time between the initial arousal |represents the time between the initial | | |and excitement, up until orgasm. For many men the |arousal and excitement, up until orgasm. | | |plateau phase is very short, but this is the phase|Physical changes during this phase may | | |that men can extend as a...

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Sexual Response Cycle

of the sexual response cycle excitement, plateau, orgasm, and resolution. The swelling of the genital tissue with blood is known as vasocongestion. Vascongestion in men cause the erection of the penis, testes and the vaginal area in women to swell in both men and women the nipples and even the earlobes may swell. Muscle tension is known as myotonia; this causes spasms in the hands and feet and causes facial grimaces and then the spasms of orgasm. Excitement in men is characterized by an erection...

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Sexual Dysfunctions

dysfunction seen in both males and females is male/female orgasmic disorder. The definition is vague, and can be applied to dysfunctions experienced by either sex. Orgasmic disorder is defined as the persistent or recurrent delay in, or absence of, orgasm following a normal sexual excitement phase. The diagnosis of orgasmic disorder on the other hand, does slightly vary by gender. For women the diagnosis should be based on the clinician's judgment that the woman's orgasmic capacity is less than would...

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Benefits of Sexual Expression

frequency of orgasm and mortality. From 1979 to 1983, almost 1,000 men between the ages of 45 to 59 were observed. The men were given a physical examination that included their medical histories, blood pressure, electrocardiogram and cholesterol screenings. Information about the frequency of their orgasms was also recorded. After 10 years, the researchers found that the mortality risk was 50 percent lower among the men who had orgasm more frequently (two or more a week) than the men who had orgasms less...

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Female Orgasmic Disorder

Jasmin Searcy March 27, 2014 Running Head: FEMALE ORGASMIC DISORDER 2 Abstract My research paper will be introducing a common sexual dysfunction founded in women in the United States. Female orgasmic disorder is the incapability to have an orgasm while dwelling in sexual intercourse. Women who have reached the age of menopause suffer from female orgasmic disorder (FOD). However, younger women can suffer from FOD as well due to her sexual history, medical condition, and medication intake...

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Sexual Response Cycle

sexually aroused. It is divided up into four phases: excitement, plateau, orgasm, and resolution. This cycle is characterized by vasocongestion and myotonia. Vasocongestion in men causes the erection of the penis and, in women, the vaginal area to swell. The nipples and even the earlobes may swell also. Muscle tension is known as myotonia; this causes spasms in the hands and feet and causes facial grimaces and then the spasms of orgasm. The first phase in the sexual response cycle is called excitement...

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Scientific Research of Sexual Disorders

which can be very dangerous. The website on Sexual dysfunction from Appalachian State University made some interesting points but it felt like a review from high school sexual education class. The sexual response cycle involving desire, excitement, orgasm, and resolution still rings a bell. I think establishing rapport with your therapist is even more important when discussing sexual dysfunctions. It surprised me that up to 43% of woman report a lack of interest in sex. I think more than anything...

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Premature Ejaculation

minutes. As you read the following, please think of the model of "total number of times the nerves fire -- get stimulated." If your penis gets vigorous stimulation you experience orgasm soon (lots of nerves firing often in a short period of time). If your penis gets gentle stimulation, it takes longer before you have an orgasm (lots of nerves firing less often, over a prolonged period of time). DIAGNOSIS: You are experiencing PE if you can last 3 to 10 minutes by yourself, but only zero to 30...

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