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HSCI 1120 Lecture Notes - Myotonia

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Winter 2013

Department
Health Sciences
Course Code
HSCI 1120
Professor
C.Stewart

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Sexual Arousal and Pleasure
The Physical Aspects: Arousal
We may not react physiologically to pleasurable experiences:
o Vasocongestion
o Myotonia
The Emotional Aspects: Pleasure
Desire & pleasure
Include feelings of closeness, intimacy, togetherness, desire
For women, sexual pleasure is more often concurrent with thoughts and
emotions

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Sexual Arousal and Pleasure The Physical Aspects: Arousal  We may not react physiologically to pleasurable experiences: o Vasocongestion o Myotonia The Emotional Aspects: Pleasure  Desire & pleasure  Include feelings of closeness, intimacy, togetherness, desire  For women, sexual pleasure is more often concurrent with thoughts and emotions The Mindful Aspects of Sexual Pleasure  Remaining present  Experience sensations of pleasure  Is a conscious decision  Engaging in sex that we enjoy  Being comfortable  Saying YES and NO  Asking for what we want Arousal and pleasure – not one and the same  Pleasure is the subjective meaning attached to
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