Month: January 2019

Copulative cycle

The copulative cycle is a set of specific physiological processes occurring in each of the partners during coitus. Social and cultural influences in sexual relationships should be taken into account, but in principle the copulative cycle during masturbation, petting, homo-or heterosexual intercourse differs only in the nature of the stimulation of the genitals. G.S. Vasilchenko […]

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Sexual reactions

The sexual reactions of people have been studied in detail by W. Masters and W. Johnson (1966) through direct laboratory observation of more than 10,000 sexual acts of a group of volunteers from 700 men and women. The results of the study showed that they can be described as a cycle consisting of four phases […]

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Libido formation

The energy supply of sexual desire (libido) is carried out by deep brain structures (the limbic complex, visual cusps, hypothalamus, pituitary gland) and endocrine glands. The activity of these biological structures is associated with the awakening and unfolding of sexual desire, the presence and severity of all sexual manifestations, and the particular aggravation of human […]

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Sexual dimorphism

Separation is a global phenomenon of human sexuality. Sexual dimorphism is manifested in a wide range of morphophysiological and behavioral differences between a man and a woman, but its essence is in the peculiarities of the reproduction process. Sexual reproduction provides the most progressive type of reproduction in the evolutionary series. There is a rapid […]

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