What is Sex?
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Sex is defined as separate male masculinity and female feminity in a human being.
What is Sexual Intercourse?
Sexual intercourse, also known as copulation or coitus, is commonly defined as the insertion
of a male's penis into a female's vagina for the purposes of sexual pleasure or reproduction.
Sexual Intercourse has been called a "two backed beast" by none other than Shakespeare
in his play Othello.
He was of course describing the normal position taken by an intimate couple using a
It is important to realize that the loving and intimate relationship of sexual intercourse is
just as important to the couple as well as the physical act
Traditionally the term sex means the male and female form of the human species.
In modern times, the term sex is now taken to mean any form of physical sexual activity.
Sexual activity can play a strong role in human bonding, often being used solely for
pleasure and leading to stronger emotional bonds.
The intimacy and touching in the sexual act relieves tension and other unwanted feelings.
This breathing during the sexual intercourse improves blood circulation and massaging or
touching certain parts of the body encourages the production of substances called endorphins,
the body's natural painkiller.
People who have a supportive sexual partner manage emotional or psychological distress
better, live longer, and enjoy improved overall health.
People who have a monogamous sexual partner will be free of the fear of sexually
Sex and orgasms promote a long-term calming effect and help keep psychological balance.
More importantly is the bonding and the healthy physical and emotional relationship the
person has with his soul mate that is called love.
A healthy sex life is an important matter in one's life.
Table of Content
Chapter 1 Sex
Chapter 2 Sexual Intercourse
Chapter 3 Sexual Positions
Chapter 4 Sex in Pregnancy
Chapter 5 Masturbation
Chapter 6 Male Orgasm
Chapter 7 Female Orgasm
Chapter 8 Birth Control
Chapter 9 Sex Aids
Chapter 10 Sex and Love
Chapter 11 Sex and Kissing
Chapter 12 Sex and Marriage
Chapter 13 Sex and Youth
Chapter 14 Sex and Age
Chapter 15 Andropause
Chapter 16 Menopause
Chapter 17 Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Chapter 18 Sex and Health
Chapter 19 Sex Problems
Chapter 20 Sex Topics