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Laney 1 Garreth R. W. Laney Professor Melissa Leonhardt CHFD220 March 31, 2017 The Sexual Response Cycle According to Masters and Johnson Introduction Different specialists of sex have the created models, which endeavor in portraying the sexual reactions of the ladies. During the 1960s, William Masters together with Virginia Johnson observed and even measured both men and the women who participated in the sexual exercises in the laboratory setting. These researchers reported whatever they had examined in an article that they referred as, “Human Sexual Response” (Basson 11). The model for Master and Johnson gave the sketch of four phases of the physiological excitement, which included the energy, the level, the climax, as well as the determination. Differences Between Male and Female The first difference in the cycle of the sexual reaction between the males and the females occurs in the excitement phase. The excitement phase shows the way the whole part of the pelvic range may have the feelings of being full as the erectile tissue within the pelvis, the valve, and even the clitoris swells with the blood. The nerves that are nearby the place may also turn out of being delicate for the incitement as well as weight. For the males in the cycle of the sexual reaction, the volume of the testicles expands as the testes rise and even construction occurs on the scrotal. For the young person, it may happen within seconds after the sexual incitement of any type. Conversely, in the well-developed men, it may happen many times to get the erection.

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