Sexual intercourse is always a focus of constant curiosity and interest and analysis to the human mind.
Our sexual nature is governed by several factors: anatomical and physiological, environmental and social factors surrounding us, the degree of interaction and relationship with others and finally our cumulative life experience.
Medical studies have shown that sexual intercourse helps to raise the level of health and wellness. Having sex in a loving relationship has long term mental and physical benefits for both men and women.
Do you know that about 70% of women do not reach a major sexual thrill through sexual intercourse or sexual process?
Sexual Intercourse refers to the insertion of a male’s penis into the female’s vagina for the purposes of sexual pleasure or reproduction. The 30% of women who are unable to reach sexual orgasm through sexual intercourse need the equivalent of 10 to 15 minutes of continuous sexual intercourse.
Numerous studies have found evidence indicating that orgasm is not caused by sexual intercourse only, but may also be primarily a result of stimulating the clitoris indirectly by moving the clitoris’ skin.
World Toilet Day is observed annually on 19 November. This international day of action aims to break the taboo around toilets and draw attention to the global sanitation challenge by showing that toilets can be fun and sexy as well as vital to life.
Can you imagine not having a toilet? Can you imagine not having privacy when you need to relieve yourself? Although unthinkable for those living in wealthy parts of the world, this is a harsh reality for many – in fact, one in three people on this globe, does not have access to a toilet! Have you ever thought about the true meaning of dignity?