Tuesday, October 01, 2013


As a starting point let’s take the fact that sexual activeness isn’t a warranty for caring health as a large
amount of women live long and meaningful life without being sexually active, so-called sexual women. On the other hand, sexual activeness is a major premise for reproduction, and there are a lot of women and specially men who pay primary attention to sexual intercourses, although being sexually active doesn’t mean that they are satisfied with their sexual life.
And so being sexually active for women can be “beneficial” from a few viewpoints. First of all, childbirth is, of course, a gift. It’s, of course, obvious reality. Besides reproduction, sexual intercourse can give a woman other types of “desirable fruits”. They are: feeling an emotional deep intimacy with a loved person (who is unable to give any other physical activeness), sense of being desirable and an opportunity to satisfy the loved person. Such kind of women are involved in sexual relations with love but emotional feeling isn’t accompanied by arousal, and they don’t live sexual-erotic pleasure and orgasm which, however, doesn’t interest them at all, so from sexological viewpoint they aren’t ill and aren’t subject to treatment. But it’s possible that their sexual feeling is a major problem for their partner (husband).
Other types of women pay much attention to the sexual arousal, sexual pleasure and orgasm. They usually get upset when they don’t achieve orgasm. These women certainly consider emotional intimacy, opportunities of being desirable and giving pleasure to a partner useful but they don’t live full psycho-emotional satisfaction, suffer from being semi-satisfied and have serious physical consequences as complexity of their sexual dysfunction. Disorders of arousal and orgasm make women look for help and restore their erotic feeling which is quite real due to achievements of nowadays sexology.