Making Prostitution Legal: You have to be aware of what is actually going on in
Posted by london on September 25th, 2017
You have to be aware of what is actually going on in your body and your partner's body, You need to adapt to those changes with a willing and enthusiastic use of your imagination and a spirit of innovation. At the pinnacle of sexuality, a twenty-year- old male produces about a teaspoon of semen a day, he can get aroused just thinking about sex, and aroused again only minutes after orgasm, thanks to his high level of testosterone. ten years later, the level has begun a gradual decline, by age 40 many guys need much more direct stimulation during foreplay to experience erection. At fifty, semen production may be significantly less than half of what it was at 20 and at 60 some guys generally ejaculate only 1 out of every two or three times they have intercourse. After 70, the refractory period - the time it normally takes to obtain an erection again after climaxing - lengthens. What took one to two minutes at seventeen takes one or two days by 70.
Among girls, production of the female sex hormone, oestrogen, reaches its top at age 30, bringing with it quick vaginal lubrication, increased desire and much more powerful orgasms. At 40, a woman is still able to conceive, but 10 years later, she will most likely be approaching or have gone through menopause, during which hormone levels decline drastically.
Menopause creates physical changes in the vagina, including dryness and fragility, but regular sexual intercourse apparently ameliorates this condition. Relieved of the fear of being pregnant, a lot of women find sexual intercourse more pleasurable. At 60, a woman's orgasms may possibly be more frequent than earlier in life, says Dr. Helen Singer Kaplan, director of the Human Sexuality Program at The New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Centre, due to the fact that female orgasm is, in part, "a learning process." The male and female physiological changes that occur with age give a fertile ground for a more leisurely enjoyment of sex, When people are young, sexual intercourse tends to be urgent and explosive. It is concerned largely with physical pleasure and, in many instances, the conception of children. This is biological and instinctive - and incredibly fascinating. But intercourse is not just a matter of athletics and production. With age sexual intercourse develops into this emotional and communicative as well as physical act and studies by Dr. William H. Masters and Virginia Johnson of the Masters Johnson Institute in St. Louis suggest that sexual satisfaction in middle age is the best barometer of lifelong pleasure. Intercourse is a natural function and Just because we age isn't going to mean we stop functioning effectively. 70 percent of people in their 70s engage in sexual intercourse frequently and today's emphasis on fitness and health could exaggerate our expectations of future sex. We might swing from thinking there's no sexual intercourse after sixty but societal changes will drive individuals to maintain their sex lives as they age. Present day 30-yr-olds are not like those of 60 years ago, it will be simpler for them to remain sexually active as they get older, given our knowledge about sex, but they also will face more pressure to do so.