FRHD 2100 DE Chapter 8

FRHD 2100 DE Chapter 8 - Sexual Techniques and Behaviour...

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Sexual Techniques and Behaviour Patterns Chapter 8
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Sexual Techniques Body is responsive to many forms of sexual satisfaction Because you can does not mean you have to Our sexual behaviour is determined by: Cultural expectations Personal values Individual experience
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Solitary Sexual Behaviour Sexual Fantasy Sexual Fantasies of Lesbians, Gay, and Bisexual Individuals Sexual Dreams Masturbation
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Sexual Fantasy Significant gender differences have been found in sexual beliefs Mean are more likely to believe that oral sex is not sex, cybersex is not cheating, and that sex frequency decreases in marriage {Knox et al., 2008}
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Fantasy Women are more likely to believe that oral sex is sex, cybersex is cheating, and that sex frequency in marriage stays high Sexual fantasies play a role in many people’s lives They may or may not be shared with a partner
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What is a sexual fantasy? Is it wrong to fantasize if you are in a relationship ? Private mental experience that involves sexual arousing thoughts or images Because you fantasize about an activity does not mean you want it to happen Research suggests that: sexual fantasies are a concern if they interfere with healthy sexual relationship or partner intimacy (Block, 1999)
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Sexual Fantasy Most common form of sexual expression Liberal attitudes and more sexual experiences associated with longer and more explicit sexual fantasies (Person, et al, 1992) No sexual fantasies have been found to experience a greater likelihood of sexual dysfunction and dissatisfaction 54% of men and 19% of women think about sex at least once a day (Laumann et al, 1994)
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FRHD 2100 DE Chapter 8 - Sexual Techniques and Behaviour...

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