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Words and their meanings in sex life

Words and their meanings in sex life

Circumcision – Circumcision refers to the removal of the skin that crosses the penis and acorns. The ideal situation is for the entire acorn to be left exposed, even its base, after circumcision. The smegma should not be stored in skin folds after the edge has been removed. Smegma, a white, fragrant substance, is produced by frequent washing of the foreskin. This can cause inflammation and even cancer.

Orgasm, also known as sexual climax, is the culmination or sexual pleasure. It is a pleasant psychological response to sexual stimulation that is often accompanied by strong physiological responses. Ejaculation is the sign of the climax for men. Orgasm in women is characterized by the contractions of the tissue around the uterus and vagina. They are usually between 3 and 12, but they can go higher.

Paraphilia is a form of sexual abnormality. It is characterized by intense sexual desire, fantasies, or behaviors that involve uncommon objects, activities, or situations. If it is manifested for a longer time, the minimum 6 months, to children and other people who are unable or unwilling to consent.

Experts define pedophilia as a persistent condition or reactivity that is predominantly or exclusively erotic and aimed at minors, girls or boys.

The externalized male genital system, penis, is made of sponge tissue. The penis body is composed of three areolar, fibro-muscular formations. There are two cavernous bodies in the penis’ dorsal portion and a sponge body in the penis’ ventral. The penile spongy is connected to its urethra by the urinal meatus at the top of each glan. The skin is located on the surface of the sexual leg. It is thin and mobile, the foreskin.

Genitals, also known as the sexual device in Latin (Latin Organa Genitalia), is a subsystem within the urogenital systems. It is an organ system that ensures reproduction.

Polygamy is when multiple women marry at once. Polygamy is when one spouse has multiple partners. Most often, a man has many wives. Polygamy is a common practice in modern times, not only among Muslims and Hindus but also in certain African countries.

Erectile dysfunction, also known as erectile dysfunction or obsolescence, is a condition that prevents a man from having the erection (tumescence), necessary for sexual intercourse. Erectile dysfunction can be either temporary or chronic (chronic).

Potency – Latin for power, performance, ability and capacity.

Premature ejaculation is a Latin term that refers to “Ejaculatio Praecox”. This is ejaculation which occurs after minimal sexual stimulation. It can occur either before or after the vagina penetrates (1-2 minutes). Premature ejaculation affects approximately 20% of adult men aged 18 and older. It affects not only men but their partners as well, who can become frustrated and lead to a decline in sexual relations and partnerships.

Interrupted intercourse- Coitus interruptionus is a technique or practice that involves the removal of the genital organs from the vagina just before ejaculation. It can be used to prolong a man’s resistance sexual intercourse, delay ejaculation and as contraception.

The prostate – is a small gland that secretes prostate fluid, which is one of the components in sperm. It is located between the bladder & penis, in front of your rectum. The prostate is the location where the urethra passes through. This transports urine from the bladder. The milk fluid contains the prostate, which is essential for semen and ensures a longer lifespan. The vas deferens is a channel that transfers sperm from the testicle into the prostate. The prostate opens and pushes the fluid to the urethra. It is approximately 20 grams in weight and is the same size as a walnut. It can grow with age, which is normal for most men.

Sadism is a perversion which manifests itself in the torture of the partner, or the need to cruelty the sexual instinct. Sadism refers to a form sadomasochism that involves demonstrating sexual desire by physical or psychological abuse of the partner. This includes verbal aggression, beatings and suffocation, as well as verbal aggression.

Sexologist: Analyzes the psychic causes of sexual frustration. He may also prescribe medication, unlike a psychologist who provides only counseling. A referral from your family physician is not required to visit a psychiatrist or sexologist. If you are experiencing the following issues: erectile dysfunction, decreased libido, loss of sexual desire, premature ejaculation, pain during intercourse or during orgasm; sexual incoherence between partners; impotence or sexual orientation problems, a visit to a psychiatrist is the right thing for you.

Sodomy, also known as sexual perversion, was originally a religious term. It refers to socially unacceptable sexual behavior such as anal sex or same-sex contact or oral sex. It has been used as a marker of type of crime in the past.

Striptease is a form of exclusive entertainment where the dancer wears nothing but his naked body.

Swinging, also known as a swinger party, is a group of people who support the exchange of sexual partners between designated couples and single women. This phenomenon is easy to identify because it involves singles and couples meeting up for sex. Swingers are people who enjoy sex but don’t want to share the joy.

Transsexualism is a distinction between the sex of the person involved and the sex to whom the person is related.

Urologist – The department of medicine Urology deals with the male and female urinary systems and related diseases. It also focuses on the prevention and treatment of male sexual disorders. Ask your family doctor to refer you to urology if you have erectile dysfunction or urinary problems. You can be treated privately at an outpatient urology clinic for a fee, without the need to see a family physician.

Vaginismus is a sudden condition that does not respond to vaginal spasms. When the vagina becomes inflamed, such as during a gynecological exam or sexual intercourse, this condition may occur.

Vasectomy, also known as male sterilization, is the best method of contraception for men with a full reproductive cycle or who have had children but have decided to not have more. After close consultation with their partner, men who have multiple children and are married will need to make the sterilization decision. The procedure for sterilizing males involves local anesthesia with a 5mm incision at the top of the scrotum. This is in contrast to sterilizing females, which requires total anesthesia that requires hospitalization.

Voaiorism is a form of sexual misconduct that involves the expression of sexual arousal after secretly observing the sexual contact between people.