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Assignment 4: The Sexual Response Cycle According to Masters and JohnsonBy: Christopher J SanfordJuly 28, 2019CHFD220 B014 Sum 19
In this assignment I will describe the difference in the sexual response cycles of males and females and what we share in common. The sexual response cycle is referred to as the sequence of physical and emotional changes that occur as one becomes sexually aroused and participates in sexually stimulating activities. In our lesson for the week and according to the Master’s and Johnson Sexual Response Cycle, there are four phases of sexual response. These phases are excitement, plateau, orgasm,and resolution with both males and females experiencing these phases. However, the phases are experienced in different ways for male and female.In the first phase of the sexual response cycle we experience excitement which can last from a few minutes to several hours. When someone is in their excitement phase we as male or female tend to experience feelings such as muscle tension, increased breathing and heart rate, flushed skin, and rising blood pressure. For men excitement occurs when the penis becomes somewhat or fully erect, this happens by increased blood flow to the genitals and the testicles also retract and get closer to the man’s body. The scrotum can also be tense and thicken during the erection process. Now for women the