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Posted by: trisha | 2010-11-16

sex

who has more sexual power according to medical science? is it men or women?

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It all depends on the individual and how they have learnt to use it or to “manipulate” with. Interestingly it was discovered during a resent study that men and women tend to get almost the same time aroused (physical reaction) when exposed to pornography. Till recently it was mainly believed that generally women take longer than men to get aroused. There is thus something to say for the impact that society beliefs and the roles expectation have on sexual behavior. So back to the question: It depends on the individual!


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Posted by: H | 2010-11-17

Women.
They have something between their legs that forces you down on your knees, no matter how strong you are.

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Posted by: Jekes | 2010-11-17

why does it matter?

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Posted by: sexologist | 2010-11-16

It all depends on the individual and how they have learnt to use it or to “manipulate” with. Interestingly it was discovered during a resent study that men and women tend to get almost the same time aroused (physical reaction) when exposed to pornography. Till recently it was mainly believed that generally women take longer than men to get aroused. There is thus something to say for the impact that society beliefs and the roles expectation have on sexual behavior. So back to the question: It depends on the individual!


You are welcome to phone our helpline – 0860100262 where you could be assisted in finding a practitioner as close as possible to you.
Furthermore you are welcome to visit the following website for any more sexual health information and assignments that could be helpful: www.sexualhealth.co.za

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