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And why not? Everybody has sex, or at least they should be. Engaging in coital intercourse has many benefits, including:
· Boosting the immune system.
· Increasing sex drive.
· Enhancing women’s bladder control.
· Reducing blood pressure.
· Decreasing risk of heart attack.
· Relieving pain.
· Lowering the risk of prostate cancer.
· Inducing sleep.
· Easing stress.
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There is also the well-known axiom that sexual congress is the best exercise there is. And while sexual relations may not actually count as a complete workout, it could certainly be considered an ideal warm-up. So let’s indeed talk about sex, let’s talk about all the good things and the bad things that may be, about how it could be, and of course, how it should be. We may as well start out with a definition. For example, the World Health Organization describes sexual health as “a state of physical, mental and social well-being in relation to sexuality. It requires a positive and respectful approach to sexuality and sexual relationships, as well as the possibility of having pleasurable and safe sexual experiences, free of coercion, discrimination and violence.”
The very first thing that stands out is that sex is not a purely physical endeavor. We might add the emotional side of things to the mental and social aspects. Feelings play a major role in intimacy, and as corny and clichéd as it may sound, having sex and making love are not the same thing. But we’re getting ahead of ourselves here. Most people would agree intercourse, like tango, is a social activity that involves at least two persons. This is not necessarily true, though; in fact it’s like saying sex begins on your wedding night – like you never even thought about it previously.
More often than not one’s sex experience starts before even being in a relationship; what’s more, it commences before one is usually old or mature enough to be in one. Beginning to understand sex is usually a solo effort. Education, both at home and at school is important, but nothing replaces self-experience. Before you get to know someone else – and we mean ‘know’ in the biblical sense of the word – you get to know yourself first. And there is nothing wrong with that. Moreover, it is a natural and even logical progression; you crawl before you walk and you masturbate before you have sexual relations.
There is the wrong conception that masturbation is mostly a male habit; a ‘guys’ thing’ as it were. The truth is however that not only women do pleasure themselves – or once again, at least they should – but they also have a wide variety of aids available for that purpose. And the best part of it all is that masturbation and sex are not mutually exclusive; on the contrary, the former can complement the latter. Mutual masturbation can be a part of foreplay as well as a form of ersatz sex for couples who are not ready to go all the way yet, or who at the time may not have access to condoms. Sure, it may not be as good as actual sex, but it does prevent sexually transmitted diseases.
Sound like something you might want to try? Good. An integral part of a healthy sex life is to try new things. They say bad sex is better than a good day at the office, but there really is no need for to allow it to go bad. That is where communication comes in. Let’s say you’d like to liven things up and try anal sex but fear your partner will frown at the thought. There is only one way to find out for sure, and it’s to talk about it. If anything other than vaginal sex is out of the question, then at least now you know; no harm, no foul. If, on the other hand, you both agree you’d like to experience it, then go ahead but remember to take safety measures – such as using lubricant to avoid tearing the tissue inside the anus.
Iago: I am one, sir, that comes to tell you your daughter
And the Moor are now making the beast with two backs.
- Othello, William Shakespeare