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    Experience Of Orgasm

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    more powerful, there is nothing more imperative. The orgasm has been the singular overarching driving force of consciousness since before antiquity. A sterile interpretation of why conscious beings value orgasm so much in our psyches is that evolutionarily it further incentivizes the natural process of reproduction. But if one examines the profundity of the orgasm on a deeper level, it becomes possible that the reason why the experience of orgasms to be so important to us and why we evolved for it

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    The role of the orgasm in heterosexual relationships is significant in having a satisfying malefemale relationship according to society’s expectations. By using the malefemale binary, as well as exploring the social construction of sex, we can see just how significant the role the orgasm plays in heterosexual relationships. First off, we must understand that orgasms are achieved differently for both males and females. Male orgasms are achieved through the male sex organ, being the penis. It has many

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    The Reality of the Vaginal Orgasm

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    majority of women have difficulty with reaching orgasm from intercourse alone . It is confusing and frustrating amongst heterosexual couples that seek mutually conducive sexual experiences and often amounts to self-blame and sexual insecurity in the female counterpart. There are many factors that contribute to producing orgasms, and because of its multifaceted nature, there are also many factors that can disrupt the production of female orgasms. In this piece I will focus on reasons that contribute

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    Orgasm Inc Orgasm Inc is a documentary film directed by Liz Canner about the search to develop a drug that will be like the female version of Viagra in order to treat a disease called female sexual dysfunction. Originally, Liz Canner was hired by a pharmaceutical company called Vivus to edit erotic movies. However, while working on the erotic films, she decided to create a documentary about how the pharmaceutical companies are trying to take advantage of female sexual dysfunction in the interest

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    Faking Orgasm Essay

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    Orgasm is commonly viewed by individuals as the centerpiece of sexual satisfaction. Recent research has delved into the concept of faking orgasm during sexual experiences and the motives and mechanisms people use to do so. In the present studies, faking orgasm is defined as the participant acting as though they had an orgasm when in fact they didn’t actually have one (Meuhlenhard & Shippee, 2010). The terms faking orgasm, feigning orgasm and pretending orgasm are all synonymous and are used interchangeably

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    reflection assignment on chapter 6: Problems with Orgasm. The author Dr. Karen M. Donahey gives us three different cases of women she treated suffering from anorgasmia and their treatment progress. The clinician was able to demonstrate how treatment for anorgasmia can bring out other underlying problems. The author mentions a book entitled Becoming Orgasmic: A Sexual and Personal Growth Program for Women. The author of this book defines an orgasm as a climax that typically involves emotional encounters

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    and perspectives when expressing what the norm for each and every one is. As it states in the text, “We can learn how our bodies respond to sexual stimulation through personal experience, but it can teach us about the biology of sexual response and orgasm (Human Sexuality 2014, pg. 3).” I completely agree with that statement and I see masturbating as a perfectly normal sexual behavior. When I was about 16 is the first time I ever really touched myself and I was never really sure if it was okay to do

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    A Hundred Orgasms a Day

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    For my Out of the Box Activity, I watched a documentary that followed the story of 3 women who were tormented 24/7 with the need to have orgasm. The documentary explained how Persistent Sexual Arousal Syndrome (PSAS) causes this unusual condition characterized by throbbing, spontaneous and irrepressible genital arousal in females. PSAS is a little known neurological disorder and the victim's arousal is not linked to sexual desire. Most important to note is that PSAS is actually not related to hyper-sexuality

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    Female orgasm is a controversial mystery only because the adaptive significance is in some ways complicated. Although female orgasm is different from male ejaculation (semen ejection from the body), there is no doubt that the two are connected. The significance of male ejaculation is clear (which also includes orgasm)– semen joined with egg will result in fertilization. In the case of women, not all experience orgasm, which is part of the controversial mystery. However, it is considered that the

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    Myth of the Vaginal Orgasm countered previous thoughts about the vaginal orgasm and discards normal concepts of sex. The Myth of the Vaginal Orgasm is a "critique of heterosexuality, in particular the way in which sex was defined from a male,phallocentric perspective"1.The goal of Koedt’s is to address the 'myth of the vaginal orgasm', create awareness and education for men and women about female sexual pleasure, and to counter Freud's previous thought about the female orgasm. The author, Anne

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