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sultry

(of weather or climate) oppressively hot and humid
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The typical method for assessing men's sexual interest is with penile plethysmography (PPG); this device measures changes in the circumference of the penis as blood flow increases with sexual arousal to assessment stimuli (see also the Method in Experiment 2 for a more detailed description of the technique).
Men with low levels of agreeableness displayed increased hostile sexist attitudes after being exposed to hardcore porn in the laboratory, which was brought about by increases in sexual arousal to the pornographic material.
The novel therapy proved effective both in women with hypoactive sexual desire disorder and in those with combined hypoactive sexual desire disorder/female sexual arousal disorder, among the most common forms of female sexual dysfunction, Dr.
Also, non-sexual situations that have undertones of fear-and-safety become cues of sexual arousal when enacted in a sexual context (e.
NuGyn markets Eros Therapy, a medical device that was cleared by the FDA, through a 510(k) process, to treat Female Sexual Arousal Disorder (FSAD) in April 2000.
Another 50 men who sniffed women's tears displayed physiological signs of reduced sexual arousal, such as a slow breathing rate and low salivary levels of the male sex hormone testosterone, relative to levels after sniffing a salt solution.
Results showed Testofen produced a significant positive change in all parameters of libido, including sexual cognition, sexual arousal, sexual experience and orgasm.
VAGINAL dryness is a common complaint in women who have gone through the menopause as it takes longer to respond to sexual arousal.
Judge Michael Lawson QC told him: "You deliberately sought to induce great fear for your sexual arousal.
By week eight, this number had fallen to 26 (37%), and women whose depression remitted were more likely to report fewer concerns about sex drive, sexual arousal and reaching orgasm than those whose depression did not remit, independent of drug assignment, say the researchers from the University of Pittsburgh Medical Centre.
However, respondents who had begun having sex later than the norm were no more satisfied with their sexual relationships than were those who had started at a normative age and did not rate their general health any better; males reporting a late start had elevated odds of saying that they had erectile, sexual arousal or orgasm problems.
Some also intentionally take cocaine, ecstasy and cannabis to enhance sexual arousal or prolong sex.

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