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The science of sexual arousal between men and women is complicated, at best, and has long been a source of interest and commentary among scientists and psychologists alike. The behaviors and speech patterns of men and women have been studied and proven, in many instances, to be different. Likewise, men and women respond to different cues when sexuality is examined. This paper explores the science behind sexuality and arousal and explains the scientific basis behind the different mechanisms that arouse men and women.
From the Paper:"Psychologists time and time again have addressed arousal issues among couples where one partner seems less interested in sex than another, and part of the cause may be the interpersonal dynamics of relationships, and lack of understanding related to the mechanism of arousal between men and women (Davis, 2003). Men and women traditionally are aroused in different manners, and understanding the mechanisms related to arousal is essential to successful short term and long term relationships."
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Sexual Arousal (2004, March 23) Retrieved May 31, 2020, from https://www.academon.com/analytical-essay/sexual-arousal-49951/
"Sexual Arousal" 23 March 2004. Web. 31 May. 2020. <https://www.academon.com/analytical-essay/sexual-arousal-49951/>