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Sexual stimulation

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Sexual stimulation

Sexual stimulation is any physical stimulation, achieving orgasm usually requires physical sexual stimulation.

The term sexual stimulation often implies stimulation of the

  • Alan F. Dixson (26 January 2012). Primate Sexuality: Comparative Studies of the Prosimians, Monkeys, Apes, and Humans. Oxford University Press.  
  • Bruce Bagemihl (10 April 2000). Biological Exuberance: Animal Homosexuality and Natural Diversity. St. Martin's Press.  

Further reading

  1. ^ Weiten, Wayne; Dunn, Dana S.; et al. (2011). Psychology Applied to Modern Life: Adjustment in the 21st century.  
  2. ^ "'I Want a Better Orgasm!'".  
  3. ^ Mah, Kenneth; Binik, Yitzchak M (January 7, 2001). "The nature of human orgasm: a critical review of major trends".  
  4. ^ Kammerer-Doak, Dorothy; Rogers, Rebecca G. (June 2008). "Female Sexual Function and Dysfunction". Obstetrics and Gynecology Clinics of North America 35 (2): 169–183.  
  5. ^ Based on "masturbation" in Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, Eleventh Edition, Merriam-Webster, Inc., 2003


See also

Physical sexual stimulation usually consists of the touching of parts of the human body, especially erogenous zones. Masturbation, erotic massage, sexual intercourse, a handjob or fingering are types of physical sexual stimulation. Physiological reactions are usually triggered through sensitive nerves in these body parts, which cause the release of pleasure-causing chemicals that act as mental rewards to pursue such stimulation. Physical sexual stimulation may also involve the touching of other people's body parts and may trigger similar physiological reactions.

Physical sexual stimulation


  • Physical sexual stimulation 1
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • Further reading 4

Some people practice orgasm control, whereby a person or their sexual partner controls the level of sexual stimulation to delay orgasm, and to prolong the sexual experience leading up to orgasm.

[5]), by use of objects or tools, or by some combination of these methods.sexual activity or other sexual intercourse (sexual partner) or by a masturbation Stimulation can be by self (e.g., [4][3][2][1]

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