The Philosophy of Sex: Contemporary Readings

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The Philosophy of Sex: Contemporary Readings

The Philosophy of Sex: Contemporary Readings

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Wolf M (2007) Proust and the squid. the story and science of the reading brain. Harper Perennial, New York

Mean age of our female participants was 33.9 years ( SD = 10.4, min = 19, max = 77). Five percent of our female participants were 20 years old or younger, 38% were between 21 and 30 years old. Thirty-five percent of our female participants were between 31 and 40 years old, and 14% were between 41 and 50 years old. The group of participants aged between 51 and 77 years comprises 8.3% of our sample. Regarding the frequency of exposure to erotic novels throughout the year preceding the survey, 41 (10%) of the 427 participants indicated that they had read erotic novels on a daily basis. One hundred and five participants (25%) reportedly did so several times per week, 32 participants (8%) once a week, 77 participants (18%) two or three times a month, 71 participants (17%) once a month, and 100 participants (23%) less than once a month. To assess participants’ preference for erotic novels, we used the frequency of exposure data as a proxy (cf. Sarkhosh and Menninghaus, 2016; for an alignment of genre preference and genre exposure, see also Stern et al., 2018). According to the target group of our survey, the participants showed a high preference for erotic novels ( M = 4.02; SD = 0.95). The 2016 study, which was published in the journal Sexual and Relationship Therapy, recorded the sexual functioning of 27 women over six weeks. Half read self-help books, and the other half read erotic fiction. The result? Both groups made equal, statistically significant gains when it came to: For example, it’s perfectly normal to be turned on by a steamy same-sex scene even if you don’t identify as gay, or by any fantasy you can think of. That certainly solves the mystery of why some of the most popular erotica plots don’t end up being expressed in real life — they’re simply hot to read about and think about, nothing more.Fayn K, Silvia PJ, MacCann C, Tiliopoulos N (2017) Interested in different things or in different ways? J Individ Differ 38:265–273

Edit: Yeah, yeah, it’s an erogenous zone for some people, but I’m pretty damn sure he thought it was my clit because when he finally touched my actual clit he was surprised. Yes, I communicated. No, he wasn’t even close to finishing me off or close enough to be able to try to.” People who consider themselves androsexual feel attraction toward men, males, or perceived masculinity, irrespective of whether or not they were assigned male at birth. Aromantic The term indicates that the person experiences some uncertainty as to how they identify romantically or sexually. Biromantic I work with a lot of first-time writers, and it’s gratifying to see their excited and empowered responses in reaction to getting published. If you don’t know where to start, Bright’s How to Write a Dirty Story: Reading, Writing, and Publishing Erotica changed my life. According to the LGBTQIA Resource Center, asexuality is a spectrum. Some people may experience no sexual or romantic attraction toward anyone, while others may experience varying degrees of sexual or romantic attraction toward people.

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