Everyone knows that Testosterone is the ultimate male hormone. Testosterone, a type of androgen, is produced by the testicles (although a tiny amount is secreted by the adrenal glands), and it is responsible for all the secondary male sexual characteristics that begin developing at the onset of puberty and beyond.
In other words, men grow taller than women, gain increased muscle mass, have deeper voices, grow beards, and have long, thick penises that grow erect, all thanks to the presence of Testosterone in their bodies.
Female sexuality, a complex subject if there ever was one, has gone through a drastic transformation over the years. While sexual repression was considered the norm during most of Western history, female sexuality, in particular, has evolved over the last six decades or so.
Women are more open as compared to men when it comes to discussing their sex life. Men, on the other hand, keep it to themselves. They do not even share it with their partners when it comes to sexual problems. The main reason is being judged. But, if you not talk it out, how will you get the solution. These problems can disrupt your sex life badly.
We all experience the world differently and uniquely. Our behaviors and beliefs are heavily influenced by our environment, our upbringing, our religion, our sexual preference, and myriad other things. However, there are a few experiences that are truly universal, meaning they are the same no matter who you are or where you come from. For […]
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