Human sexual response is not as simple as just being turned on or horny. Underneath those definitions lies a complex interweaving of biological and psychological processes. There are many factors, far too many to name, that go into how pleasurable the sexual response cycle can be. As far back as one can imagine people have tried many ways to enhance the amount of pleasure they have during sex.
[...] (2006) have found that women who consume greater amounts of chocolate tend to have greater sexual functioning. Alcohol is commonly associated with uncoordinated sex and one night stands. Due it being a frequent prerequisite to sexual behavior, alcohol has been commonly referred to as an aphrodisiac. However, the only true links alcohol has to sex is that it takes away inhibition and it activates “beer goggles”, the psychological trick of people seeming more attractive while drunk. Other than that, alcohol has no positive sexual effects. [...]
[...] MDMA is most known for enhancing sexual pleasure and drive, while THC is known to make sex more pleasurable. MDMA may have the strongest evidence as being a true psychological aphrodisiac. Since this drug causes large amount of serotonin release, people under its influence tend to interpret sexual activity as much more pleasurable than normal. A recent study has even found that MDMA has been repeatedly and successfully used as a date rape drug, indicating that is does have a strong effect on sex drive (Jansen and Theron, 2006). [...]
[...] fully elevated uterus in females, and Cowper's gland secretions or in males. The plateau phase eventually leads into orgasm, which is the peak of a sexual experience. Males will experience great amounts of pleasure mostly focused in the genital region. Male orgasm is accompanied by ejaculation, which is a spinal reflex that causes contractions and ejaculation. Female orgasms are a series of uteral contractions which cause intense pleasure throughout the entire body. It is possible for some women to have multiple orgasms. [...]
[...] A lot of chocolate tends to be consumed on Valentine's Day, a day where many people are likely to develop good sexual memories. It wouldn't be a stretch to assume that a lot of people have developed a strong association between chocolate and good sex based on their Valentine's Day experiences. The truth is that sex is different just about every time a person has it. Sometimes it may be so good that it will carve a permanent marking into the long-term memory. [...]
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