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Jan 25

The squeeze technique is a variation of the older stop-start technique of Semans (1956). Some leading sex therapists (such as Helen Singer Kaplan) prefer the stop-start technique to the Masters and Johnson technique. In the stop-start technique, the woman stimulates the man with her hand but stops before he has an orgasm and waits for him to begin losing his erection. Then anabolic steroids for sale she resumes stimulation, stopping again before orgasm. This continues until the man becomes familiar with, and able to control, the act of holding off the ejaculation reflex. Next the partners begin sexual activity using the woman-on-top position. When the man nears orgasm he informs the woman, who simply stops moving or lifts off. Gradually the couple develops better control and ability to sustain sex for a longer time.

Anorgasmia is the inability of some women to have orgasm. The woman-on-top position is used in treating this disorder, too. In the top position a woman has far better control of movement and can produce more anabolic steroids for sale effective stimulation for herself. After a woman becomes orgasmic (capable of having orgasms) in this position, she may find orgasm becomes possible in other positions.

Jan 09

The majority of [homosexuals] I have interviewed believe that they were born as homosexuals, or that familial factors operating very early in their lives determined the outcome. In any case, it is a fate over which they have no control, and in which they have no choice. It follows as a consequence that the possibility of changing to a heterosexual pattern is thought to be extremely limited. To fight against homosexuality is to fight against the inevitable since they are fighting against their own “nature” in its essential form, as they experience it. They believe that homosexuality is “natural” for them, as heterosexuality is for others.

What is homophobia? This does not prevent some people from feeling very threatened by, and hateful of, homosexuality. Homophobia is an exaggerated hatred of homosexuals. It is distinct from disapproval based on religious or moral grounds. Like other phobias, homophobia is irrational and intense and may disturb normal behavior.

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Jan 05

Reciprocity, in studies of friendship, is liking someone who likes you. Reciprocity was manipulated in a study by Aronson and Linder (1965). Subjects zolpidem kaufen “accidentally overheard” another subject, actually a confederate of the researcher, expressing liking or disliking of the subject. Then the subject was asked to fill out a questionnaire that expressed liking or disliking for the confederate. The questionnaire mirrored the overheard comments. A confederate who had made positive comments about the subject was liked; one who made bad comments was disliked.

Newcomb, in his intensive study of students in a special rooming house, found similarity to be a powerful factor in accounting for friendships. Roommates selected as being similar were much more likely to end up being friends. Byrne (1961) showed the same thing in paper-and-pencil fashion. He gave subjects a description of another person and asked how much they thought they would like the person described on the paper. The more closely the “other person” resembled the subject, the more the subject expected to like the other person.

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Jan 05

During the 1960s and 1970s many sex-change operations were performed for people who genuinely felt “trapped in the wrong body.” A person who switches from one gender to the other is called a transsexual transsexual or (more recently) a transgendered individual. Surgery can complete the outward transition, if it is desired. After a detailed examination of the individual’s entire life history and hormonal makeup, plus a waiting period to make sure the decision was not impulsive, a doctor may use surgical procedures to alter the external genitalia. Hormones complete the process, adding breast development to males or body hair to females.

The pitch of the voice cannot be changed, because this depends on the structure of the voicebox. Mannerisms characteristic of the opposite sex can be cultivated, however, and historically transsexuals after an operation sometimes adopted exaggerated, sexually stereotyped behaviors. One study showed male-to-female transsexuals were more likely to use feminine mannerisms, posture, and movement than a control group of women “selected for their feminine appearance”.

A person who receives a sex-change operation sometimes presents a convincing appearance as an individual of the opposite sex. On the other hand, some people cannot pass for the opposite sex, even after surgery, no matter how hard they try. A sex-change operation, hair removal, and female hormones still leave voice, height, and facial bone structure unchanged.