Male sex pleasure

Duration: 4min 46sec Views: 510 Submitted: 17.10.2019
Category: Romantic
Do you love to have sex? Scientists know that sex is a pleasurable experience for most women. But how and why does it feel so good to have sex? These four stages are experienced by both men and women and can occur during intercourse or masturbation.

Why Does Sex Feel Good?

Why does sex feel good for males and females?

Although the genitals are a key part of sex, its pleasurable sensations involve many parts of the body. Pleasurable sex heavily depends on the brain, which releases hormones that support sexual pleasure and interpret stimulation as pleasurable. One study suggests that the brain could be the most important sexual organ. The author found that orgasm is a heightened state of sensory awareness that can trigger a trance-like state in the brain. In this article, we examine the effects that sex has on the body and the brain, as well as how these effects make sex feel good. We also take a look at why sex might not feel good. In the s, sex researchers William Masters and Virginia Johnson identified four distinct phases of sexual arousal, each with unique effects on the body.

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What impresses a guy most in bed? Surprisingly or maybe not so, guys do have a reputation for being lazy , most confessed that they're not all that interested in theatrics or trapeze acts. In fact, many men told us that they're simple creatures who basically just want their wives to show up. But if you're looking to give him something extra-special, they'd love a little bit of this. You may be worried about what your husband thinks of your post-breast-feeding boobs, your C-section scar, or that at some point, he'll stop being attracted to you because you look a little — OK, a lot—different than you did on your wedding day.
Sex researcher and relationship therapist, Dr. Sexual desire in men, however, is much more responsive than most people realize and lacking interest in sex is common. Having little to no interest in sex is not necessarily a problem, but for those wishing to boost their libido, it is important to know that sexual desire is extremely context sensitive.