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Blane Smith Sociology 101 November 14, 2007 Sociology – Take Home Test 2 8. In the American culture, many people believe that sex isn’t really sex if the penis is not stimulated vaginally or orally. However, sex needs to be redefined as more than simply oral stimulation or penis into the vagina. This is when you introduced the proposal of holistic lovemaking to our class. Holistic lovemaking is the caring stimulation of the clitoris, male orgasm without the use of a partner’s bodily orifice, and giving pleasure to the parts of the body that are very pleasingly sensitive, such as the feet. The benefits of holistic lovemaking include lower rates of STD’s, unintended pregnancies, and make for a more enjoyable lovemaking experience. Many relationships come to an end because one partner is not sexually satisfied with the other. 72% of women said their marriage failed because of disharmony in the bedroom. If more people practiced holistic lovemaking this could change because it puts
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Unformatted text preview: more focus on the stimulation of the clitoris and makes partners more comfortable with each other. Some people may object to the idea of holistic lovemaking and say that coitus or penis-in-vagina is number one in natures plan. However, if this were true, then why are there relatively few nerve endings in the vagina? When a child is newly-conceived, the same organ that becomes the penis if the child is a boy becomes a clitoris for a girl. Therefore, many of the same nerve endings that are in the penis are in the clitoris a well. Many women have trouble reaching orgasm in the bedroom. However, most men have very little trouble reaching orgasm at all. This could be because men are uneducated about clitoral stimulation and believe that the vagina feels good to them so it must be the same for women. If we could change the vernacular and redefine sex then it would make sex much safer and more enjoyable for everyone....
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