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Davis 1 Trevor Davis Prof. Doersch WRTG 1150 November 4, 2010 Draft 1 Adrenaline Leads to Sex Do you remember your first date? Most first dates end up at the movies or going to a theme park, I know mine did. My first date entailed going to see a horror movie. “The Grudge” was the name of the movie and it has to be the scariest movie ever made. I hate scary movies but for some reason I brought my date to it. Why do most couples go see scary movies or go to extreme roller coaster parks as dates? The answer is simple: doing adrenaline-stimulating activities can lead someone to scoring with their partner or with other single mates. Older couples know the tricks and I guess that is why my father was so eager to suggest to me to go see a scary movie with her. I did not score but I did get my first kiss (what a great night). Young couples experience many ups and downs with their dating skills but if there is one thing to pick up from the dating life it is if you want to get pass the door and too the bed, take your partner to something that will get their adrenaline pumping. What leads people to get aroused and excited? There are actually many factors that can lead someone to become aroused. Both women and men are influenced from similar reasons. In the Cynthia Graham study, participants showed that their arousal was strongly influenced by five main factors. The first is physical and emotional state which includes their mood, hormonal changes, and stress levels. Another factor is their partner’s variables which mean that if their partner has a good personality and is attractive, then arousal will arise. Stemming off of that, another factor is relationship variables which includes their issues related to physical and emotional safety. One factor that seems to be important is the various aspects of sexual interaction which includes setting, timing, and partner’s skill and enthusiasm. And the last and fifth factor is culturally mediated concerns which mean that religious influences and concerns
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Davis 2 about reputation can actually influence arousal. Getting aroused usually comes down to these five factors so why do people get aroused from adrenaline-stimulating non-sexual activities? Riding roller-coasters and watching horror movies are nowhere to be found in Graham’s study
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