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    Marijuana appears to have a positive effect on female sex life. According to research from the Department of Urology at Stanford University Medical Center, women who use marijuana have better orgasms and greater arousal. To reach this conclusion, the researchers surveyed 452 women who completed a Female Sexual Function Index (FSFI), which is a questionnaire designed to assess sexual activity during the immediate preceding four weeks. Higher scores on this questionnaire indicate a better sex life. Then the Stanford experts compared the results of the questionnaire with the frequency of marijuana use reported by each participant, and found that the most assiduous users of this psychotropic plant achieved better scores on the FSFI. The FSFI rated the participants’ levels...
    Alcohol can increase sexual desire in women and makes men feel more secure. Photo: Andrea Piacquadio / Pexels Alcohol and sex is a common combination. Some drink because they consider there is a greater disinhibition, release and excitement. We will see how aphrodisiac it is and what its effects are on men and women when it comes to action. Yes we talk about desire, performance and orgasms. Women Alcohol consumption has effects on female arousal, desire, responsiveness, and sexual behavior. Attraction Women can feel more attractive and also see other more attractive people. Alcohol often plays an important role in spontaneous sexual encounters, since, according to studies, it reduces the criteria for selecting a partner....
    Coined by Sigmund Freud This definition most likely alludes to Sigmund Freud, who coined this term in the 19th century. It began to be used as a technicality in medicine and psychology, to later become generalized in ordinary language. “Libido follows the paths of narcissistic needs and adheres to those objects that ensure their satisfaction,” wrote the father of psychoanalysis in his book The Future of an Illusion (1927). Inordinate desire A curious aspect is that, at first, the word libido had nothing to do with sex: in origin it is a Latin word and means “excessive desire”. It was applied, for example, to the behavior of the Roman emperors, very prone to commit excesses of all kinds. Today,...
    Growing up in Christian spaces, I heard all types of bad analogies and gender-essentialist arguments about human sexuality—but none like the one I heard at my Catholic high school. In an unofficial sex ed course, we received a lecture from a teacher on the sacredness of female virginity. He spoke about the confined nature of female genitalia, comparing a vagina to a cave and virginity to treasure. He said that the interiority of a woman’s genitalia compared to the exteriority of a man’s signified a special need for privacy and protection. Girls had to be careful about who they let inside their “caves”—ideally only their husbands—but boys, by nature, would end up sticking their penises wherever they wanted. I...
    Actress Rumana Molla, who plays the heroines buddy in the new digital release, “Virgin Bhanupriya“, says that women are judged more than often if they openly talk about their sexual desire. “I think women who are outspoken about their need and sexual desire, and sometimes even about their rights, get criticised, judged and trolled on social media, and also get intimidated by society. Virgin Bhanupriya Movie Review: Urvashi Rautela’s ‘Adult Comedy’ Is Both Juvenile and Humourless This is truly one of those instances where there is just black and white, and no grey areas. It is simply wrong. I think we should act right away when anyone is trying to shut us up. I think it is important to be...