The Science of Sexual Arousal

Sometimes lust and arousal are thought of as these spontaneous drives that hit us out of nowhere and can’t be controlled-just like those passionate Hollywood movie-style makeout scenes. But in regards to our internal responsive desire, there are biological and physical things that work internally to get us in the mood for sex. When the first arousal studies were done in the 1960s, our own responsive desires and human sexual responses…

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