Sexology: lecture notes (week 1,2, 3) - 2018/2019
Lecture 1: Introduction sexology
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Sexual arousal, sexual desire, the high and low road, stress and sex, orgasm, masturbation, chronic vulvair pain, tension, dyspareunia. There were no topics discussed that were not discussed in the literature. In the DSM-IV TR, there was the sexual arousal disorder. This was described as a persistent or recurrent inability to maintain the sexual activity till completion, enough lubrication and swelling of the clitoris and sexual excitement. In the DSM V, this disorder changed and is now called the sexual interest/arousal disorder. This is characterised by absent or diminished interest in sex, sexual thoughts, sexual activity, responsiveness to the partner’s attempts to have sex, pleasure during sex, arousal by sexual cues and sensations during sex. There were no comments made by the lecturer with regard to the exam. What do women mean when they say that they are ‘sexually aroused’?A. That they want to have sex. B. That their present situation is sexually appealing to them.C. They are describing what is happening in the body.The right answer is: 2....
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