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    Masturbation

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    Masturbation is extremely common between young people. About 60% of all men masturbate, and about 40% of all females masturbate (Organization of Sexuality, 1994). When excluding everyone that is not at a sexually active age (we’ll just say senior citizens) this is a definite majority! Why in the world is masturbation so taboo in a world of people dominated by the pastime? Many people have gone at extreme length to prevent masturbation, including the use of straightjackets, spiked penile rings to

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    The Disease of Masturbation: Values and the concept of Disease by Engelhardt Englhardt's article The Disease Of Masturbation is an example of the ways in which values impact society's definition of disease. I agree that it is possible that science is being, or has been, limited by the values within society. For science to conclude that masturbation causes such aliments as blindness and epilepsy it appears evident that science is being misguided by values of the time. I believe that science also

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    For many of us, masturbation is a taboo topic. There are many harmful myths about masturbation that may cause us to feel uncomfortable about it. These myths can cause guilt, shame, and fear. Today, you will get all the facts straight. We hope you find the answers helpful. Since May is officially National Masturbation Month, I thought it would be important to list some of the benefits of masturbation in this much-loved, often not-well-spoken-about activity. About 92% of women are said to take time

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    Vibrators

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    The ‘Buzz’ on Vibrators Suppressed sexuality and coy, coquettish femininity are nothing new to the world of women. Women are told to be polite, appreciative, and at all costs, protect their ‘womanhood,’ also known as their sexuality. Yet, women for ages have been fighting this oppression and pushing the limits of their physical roles as sexual beings; ancient Greek women used sex toys to illicit pleasure, and Asian women have been doing the same for a thousand years. There have been vast improvements

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    Can you name another show in recent memory that brings to light, and shows us female masturbation? (YES, female masturbation!) Girls masturbate, believe it or not, and it’s something that’s now just getting brought up in our popular culture. Yet, male masturbation even has its place on our wholesome network channels. Girls did for female masturbation what Sex and the City did for anal sex in the 90s. It showed that something seen as “taboo” in our society, in fact,

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    honest, and let the man know he makes you feel good whether you orgasm or not, but that there are certain things he can do (oral, sex toys) that can help you achieve orgasm as well. In conclusion, we see that through certain social stigma, such as masturbation and oral sex, as well as through the concepts of the male being the gift giver, and the act of penetration focusing on the penis, society gives little importance to the female orgasm. In terms of heterosexual relationships it is important for the

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    sex

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    In the article Is Sex Addiction or Sin by Mary Voboril, she shares a story about Bill R, a South Floridian. “I couldn't walk out and get a quart of milk at 8 a.m. without thinking about it…This was not, however, your usual drug. The addictive agent here was sex, promiscuous, anonymous sex with literally hundreds of partners. For Bill R., resisting junk sex was like asking an advanced alcoholic to put down the day's first drink. I was constantly preoccupied with sex or in the act of sex or feeling

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    Essay On Circumcision

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    Introduction Circumcision is a minor surgical procedure that involves the removal of the foreskin of the penis. Circumcision is not only one of the most common procedures but is also recorded as one of the most oldest procedures, traditionally believed to be part of cultural and religious activities but has now become established in the healthcare world as being vastly advantageous for one’s health and is some regards, one’s social status. Circumcision is still widely prevalent in today’s society

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    Once ago, adolescent males had to satisfy their curiosity of sex through magazines from the shotty corner store or a national geographic. Now, with the increase of multifunction multimedia devices coupled with rapid expansion of Internet accessibility and content, consumers may save the feelings of socially brought on shame, embarassment, and negative labels. A study depicting demographic characteristics of persons using pornography reported that the majority of consumers were adolescent males, ages

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    What is a Sex Addiction?

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    Sex is a beautiful thing that happens between two people, but sometimes sex can become addictive, and like with any other addiction, it can ruin lives. Patricia is in her mid-thirties, and to those who know her, she is a soccer mom with a successful career. But after her marriage ended due to her husband’s affair, Patricia became insecure, and started exploring dating sites on the internet – soon, Patricia was going on dates, sex dates - and in an interview with the Philadelphia Weekly, she admits

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