Strange Sexual Functions
Why some women have uncontrollable sexual Desire
This disorder may stem from such factors as emotional tension, an inordinate need to be accepted by men, and attempts to deny homosexual tendencies or to disprove frigidity. Some people use this word when a woman is clear about when she wants or needs sex because her openness makes them feel uncomfortable and they disapprove of her.
It is believed that the sex drive and various sexual functions, including the ovulation cycle in the female and ejaculation in the male are caused by the pituitary gland. It is called the Master Gland that programmes not only the sex glands but every other gland in the body.
Studies have also suggested that damage in this area may be one of the causes of Nymphomania.
Why some men have uncontrollable Sexual Desire
Studies have also suggested that damage in the area of Pituitary Gland may also cause satyriasis in males.
The anterior pituitary secretes at least six hormones. They include the thyrotropic hormone, which controls thyroid function; adenocortico trophic hormone, which acts on the adrenal gland; the somatotrophic, or growth hormone, and the gonadotrophic hormones, which act on aviaries and testes.
Effect of Antisex Indoctrination
The Role of Biological clock
It has been suggested that the tendency of men to awaken with an erection and a sex urge stems from the fact that the male sex hormones are produced in larger quantities in the morning. Increase in the female sex drive in the morning may also be hormonal.
How Ejaculation Takes place
It becomes impossible for the seminal fluid to flow away inwards in the direction of the bladder and simultaneously it becomes impossible for the urine to pass with and mix into the myths of semen , so long as the penis is in erection. The occlusion by the urethral crest makes it impossible to pass water or urine.
The process involves four spinal nerves and, emanating from the spinal cord in the lower back, system of autonomic nerves that react to erotic thoughts, which may also be stimulated by olfactory and tactile sensations. Sex hormones in the bloodstream help sustain the process, and the blood flow itself becomes a part of the activity by contributing to the swelling and turgidity of the penis and clitoris.
How Erection Takes Place
The first sign of sexual arousal in a man is usually that he has an erection. The source of excitement may be a picture in his mind the sight of someone he finds sexually attractive, or a pheromones and fantasy , or some form of physical contact. Either way the effect is the same.
When any person is sexually aroused, mental signals cause the valves of each penile reservoir to expand allowing blood circulation to pour into these swollen chambers. The chambers are fixed in the place by connective sponge like tissue. As they swell by means of pressure from inside, the penis becomes erect and hard. Pressure detectors regulate the amount of blood and balance the erection, and degree of hardness. Afterwards when that person has ejaculated, the muscles relax. The blood flow returns to normal and the penis goes limp.
But erection can happen at other times too. One may find sometimes his penis is slightly erect when he wakes up in the morning. This is often because the bladder is full and is putting pressure on the penis. When urine is passed the erection goes away. The time taken by a male to get an erection from the start of sexual stimulation can be as low as 15 seconds in a young person, and may take longer as a person grows older.
How Erections are Sabotaged?
When there is a conditioned pattern blocking impulses to the penis, a sort of resistant armour is built up in that area. As the sphincter muscles lock, the normal flow of circulation is cut off. Stress is at the root of most male impotence. Guilt and Sex are antagonistic bedfellows.