Week 2 - Phy Sex Appendix B

Week 2 - Phy Sex Appendix B - the hood. Fluid comes out of...

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Axia College Material Appendix B Sexual Response Cycles Use your own words to complete the table below with the experiences and changes in anatomy of males and females during the various sexual response phases. Stage of Masters and Johnson Sexual Response Cycle Male Experience and Anatomy Female Experience and Anatomy Excitement Phase Vasocongestion causes an erection. Erections can come and go depending on stimulation. The size of testes will become bigger. Rapid heartbeat and higher blood pressure usually occurs. Stimulation causes vaginal lubrication. Labia minora and clitoris increases in size due to vasocongestion. Uterus also gets bigger and elevated. Increase heart rate and blood pressure may occur. Plateau Phase The coronal ridge of the penis will increase in circumference. Testes move higher to prepare for ejaculation. A little bit of fluid will drop from the penis, called Cowper’s glands. The clitoris hides under
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Unformatted text preview: the hood. Fluid comes out of the glands of Bartholin. The labia minora and uterus gets even bigger. An orgasmic platform occurs on the outer third platform. Orgasmic Phase The urethra contracts and spits out sperm and semen. Contractions occur in the rectal area. Prostate shoots fluid into the urethra. Everything contracts in this phase. The uterus, orgasmic platform, the rectal area all contracts. Resolution Phase Everything goes back to normal. Some faster than others. The testes drop and loss of erection. Everything goes back to normal. The clitoris, labia, and the vagina returns to a normal unaroused state. The uterus gets smaller again and the cervix goes back to normal. PSY 265 Reference Rathus, S. A., Nevid, J.S., and Fichner-Rathus, L. (2005). Human sexuality in a world of diversity. (6th ed.) Boston: Allyn and Bacon. PSY 265...
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