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The Triggers of Sexual Desire Part 2: What’s Erotic for Women?

And the amazing popularity of this literary genre suggests the vast differences that distinguish what arouses a woman’s libido vs. a man’s. As mentioned earlier, the volume that represents the basis for this extended series of posts on human sexual desire is Ogi Ogas and Sai Gaddam ’s A Billion Wicked Thoughts (2011). These authors carefully describe the nature of women’s escapist fiction, tailor-made to so many of their tastes. And they also take pains to underscore how prevalent—and profitable!

—it’s been as a form giving voice to female eroticism. These numbers are compared with the approximately 100 million men in the U.S. and Canada who accessed porn online in 2008. Even more curious is the fact that while sex is ever-present in romance, it doesn’t really appear to be crucial to the woman’s enjoyment. "Victoria looked up and to her relief saw a man trotting toward her. Damien Kirk. The Triggers of Sexual Desire: Men vs. Women. Neuroscientists have much to teach us about the what’s and why’s of our sexual preferences.

The Triggers of Sexual Desire: Men vs. Women

Merely on the basis of personal experience, you might be able to guess some of their findings. Still, the results of their research on the nature and origins of our erotic interests aren’t always intuitive. So there’s a good chance that major gaps exist in your understanding of where your sexual interests actually come from. In fact, it’s fairly likely that some of your tastes, or tendencies, have puzzled you all along. The Feminist Sexual Ethics Project.

About the Project The Feminist Sexual Ethics Project works to create Jewish, Christian, and Muslim sexual ethics rooted in freedom, mutuality, meaningful consent, responsibility, and female (as well as male) pleasure, untainted by slave-holding values.

The Feminist Sexual Ethics Project

Read more. News and Events Profs. Bernadette Brooten and Anita Hill discuss their upcoming "Disrupting the Script" Conference with BrandeisNOW. Beyond Slavery Beyond Slavery: Overcoming Its Religious and Sexual Legacies Edited by Bernadette J. Support The Feminist Sexual Ethics Project is supported by a grant from the Ford Foundation and Brandeis University. Taco Seasoning I Recipe. The Mike Wallace Interview - Tmwi. Fred Otash 8/25/1957 Fred Otash, a private investigator in Hollywood, California, talks to Wallace about his work for Confidential Magazine, morality, informers, and invasion of privacy.

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Frank Lloyd Wright 9/1/1957 This interview was recorded in two parts. Frank Lloyd Wright, one of the greatest architects of the 20th century, talks to Wallace about religion, war, mercy killing, art, critics, his mile-high skyscraper, America's youth, sex, morality, politics, nature, and death. Thanks to the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation for their cooperation in presenting this interview here. Lightworker HOME. Psych Central - Trusted mental health, depression, bipolar, ADHD and psychology information .

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