Female Orgasm from Intercourse - UNT Digital Library
... Previous research indicates that women prefer orgasms triggered by penilevaginal intercourse (PVI) as compared to those triggered by direct manual stimulation of
the clitoris. However, for reasons that are not well understood, most women are unable
to reach PVI orgasms as often as they desire. In ad ...
Intrapersonal, Interpersonal, and Contextual Factors in Engaging in
... Crossing these domains of contributing factors with
the six temporal stages of EMI yields 24 cells into
which existing literature can be organized. We consider
it important to include both the source and the
temporal dimensions of factors related to EMI in order
to capture the multidetermined and de ...
... risk group tend to form partnerships with individuals in the same risk group
Asymptomatic: not experiencing symptoms of infection. A person who is
asymptomatic may nevertheless have signs of infection.
Bacterial vaginosis: a condition brought about by changes in the vaginal flora, which
may lead to ...
Low-Dose Viagra as the Magic Bullet by Behare Agai
... The following are benefits of Viagra other than what it is primarily used for, and
indicates where middle aged men and possible other demographics could benefit from its usage.
Stroke and Neuroprotection
A research article in the journal of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS 2008) says
that “pro ...
impossible when sex seems peter t. pacik , md, facs
... hour of trying and copious amounts of lubricant. Her progress to date
allows her to now insert a small tampon. I have read so many accounts
like this, and feel equal parts admiration and frustration. Three years!
This woman deserves to see considerably more progress in such a length
The Philosophy of Sex
... sexual assault and reaches a surprising conclusion. Robin West explores
another problematic distinction, that between nonconsensual sexual activity and sexual activity that is consensual yet still engaged in under
some sort of pressure and is in that way harmful, especially to women’s
autonomy. Two ...
MSM, CRYSTAL METH AND INTRAVENOUS DRUG USE IN A
... health. Although these men also struggled with other
issues, the stories suggest that the frequent use of crystal
meth played a significant role in their downward spiral.
In addition, medics working in HIV- and STI-care services
occasionally turned to Mainline and Soa Aids Netherlands
for answers in ...
Advertising appeals in magazine : a framing study
... consider the negative consequences of their choices. By contrast, exposure to gain
framed messages may cause people to feel less endangered, making them less likely to
perform a behavior with uncertain outcomes (Salovey, Schneider & Appanovitch, 2002).
Message framing has been operationalized either ...
PDF - Bentham Open
... Keywords: Adolescence, parental communication, parental monitoring, parenting, risky sexual activity, substance abuse.
Adolescence is a period where independence is increased
in terms of freedom of choice with healthy decision-making
seen as crucial at this point . Independent decisi ...
What Can Asexual Lineage Age Tell Us about the Maintenance of
... included some asexual taxa where asexual lineages have been documented but their age has
not been estimated (e.g., the weevil Aramigus
and all included plant taxa), with the goal of
emphasizing that asexual age estimates are still
needed for many taxa. When more than one
estimate of asexual lineage ...
Sexual Dysfunctions in Men and Women
... Five types of dopaminergic receptors have been
identified. On a pharmacological basis, these subtypes have been divided into two families: the D1and D2- family. The D2 family has the most important therapeutic role and the D1- family might have
an important modulating effect on the D2-receptors.
A p ...
Handbook of Sexual Dysfunction
... have fueled the desire to find discrete causes of complicated human behaviors.
Simple biological causes call for simple pharmacologic treatments, and a
“magic pill” is the panacea with which psychiatry is enamored at this historical
moment. To a remarkable extent, this reductionist trend within psyc ...
UVic Thesis Template - University of Victoria
... Figure 3.4: Wireframe graphs illustrating the shape changes on the PC1 axis of the ilium
dataset. Dark blue lines represent shape change; light blue lines represent the mean
shape. A: the shape at the positive end of the PC1 axis. B: the shape at the negative end
of the PC1 axis. ................... ...
Association between recurrent bacterial
... vaginosis are not clear, but formation of
Gardnerella vaginalis appears to play an
important role.7,8 Bacterial vaginosis has
often been associated with sexual
demonstrating associations between
bacterial vaginosis and new sexual
... fundamentally a social construct. According to anti-pornography feminists, it is the eroticization of
dominance and submission that creates the gender difference in patriarchal societies. Because men
held and hold power over women, it has been the content of what men find sexually attractive about
Key Populations in High-, Low-, and Middle
... Key populations are defined by the World Health Organization as “groups who, due to specific
higher-risk behaviours, are at increased risk of HIV irrespective of the epidemic type or local
context”. As many as 40-50% of all HIV infections among adults worldwide may be attributable
to key populations ...
... and experience of sexuality. (To some extent these issues were addressed in Foucault’s last writings.) Sexuality was not simply a domain of power relations but
also an arena in which people attempted to cultivate themselves as restrained,
decent, just, moderate, and courageous people.
The study of R ...
PDF file, free to read, of the ECF article. - Eighteenth
... Portsmouth, needlework is the main job that Fanny does for her
family. While Jane Nardin argues that this indoor drudgery “had a
good effect on Fanny’s moral character, helping her to apply her
religious principles to everyday life,”9 Fanny’s domestic confinement
comes at the cost of her health.
A Historical Analysis of Public School Sex Education in America
... single parents are prone to live in poverty during their formative years. They also are at
risk for a host of short and long term physical, educational and sociological difficulties,
including health problems, poor grades, incarceration and teen pregnancy (Waite &
Gallagher, 2000). In short, when ch ...
Yes we can: A dyadic investigation of cognitive interdependence
... and optimal behavioral health outcomes among HIV serodiscordant same-sex male couples
Kristine E. Gamarel
Advisor: Professor Sarit A. Golub
Research suggests that couples who adopt a "we" orientation in relation to illness
demonstrate greater resiliency and an increased capacity to cope with stre ...
Antecedents of Sexual Harassment
... Research indicates that the status of the perpetrator relative to the target of the
harassment gives rise to several issues (Cleveland, 1994; O’Connell & Korabik, 2000).
Superiors can exercise power in two ways: (1) by controlling work-related outcomes,
such as promotions, evaluations, salaries and ...
Trends in HIV incidence and prevalence
... • How concentrated the period of
infectiousness is within an individual, i.e.
if people are only infectious for a short
duration, or they move rapidly from
high- to low risk-behaviour (as a function
of age or time), then the epidemic is
likely to have a more accentuated shortterm peak followed by a ...
Human mating strategies
In evolutionary psychology and behavioral ecology, mating strategies refer to the set of behaviors used by individuals to attract, select, and retain mates. Mating strategies overlap with reproductive strategies, which encompass a broader set of behaviors involving the timing of reproduction and the trade-off between quantity and quality of offspring (see life history theory). Relative to other animals, human mating strategies are unique in their relationship with cultural variables such as the institution of marriage. Nevertheless, commonalities can be found between humans and nonhuman animals in mating behavior (see animal sexual behavior).