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Forskerchok: Man's sexuality is more than stiff cock and her hair back

The most sexforskning is about women and their challenges, and it means, among other things, that our knowledge about the male sexuality, a piece along the way, a great deal about the biology and mechanics (it does not stand up, what is the physical reason that it is so) and not so much about the psychosocial factors that also affect the man as a sexual being.

Fortunately, however, recent years have been of the soil in the research, which is a completely new study is a good example of that.

the Study of ‘Male Sexual Desire: An Overview of Biological, Psychological, Sexual, Relational, and Cultural Factors Influencing Desire’ in the scientific journal ‘Sexual Medicine Reviews’ shows that you are about to get the eyes up to the man's desire is not only a question of testosterone and stiff cocks.

The Italian researchers have gennemtrawlet a total of 169 previous studies on the man's libido and the related biopsychosocial factors.

Quite as expected there were only few studies, which focused on more than one factor with the influence on male sexual desire. Most studies focused on men with lack of libido and the possible biological factors associated with it. But as the researchers point out, it is rarely enough to describe the full picture:

There are psychological factors such as personality, anxiety and depression, as well as relational factors such as emotions, attraction, conflict and communication, to develop, diminish, or enhance the man's libido.

in Addition, the man is also influenced by cultural factors such as norms about gender roles, masculinity, sexual scripts - for example, that a man always has the desire and the man takes the initiative to sex.

the Study examines the various models of men's and women's sexuality, trying to find out how the sexual stimulus and desire/lust to play along with the sexual arousal and behavior.

Some researchers have uniquely worked with the man's lack of sexual desire and set the equal sign with erection problems and with testosterone and Viagra as treatment - and thereby ignored the possible psychological challenges.

Many studies demonstrate that men generally report a higher sex drive than women, more often think about sex, as well as indicates that they will have sex more frequently than women. But these studies rests often on what the men themselves are reporting. It may mean that the men are subject to cultural norms, which precisely dictates the big desire - just as women can underbedømme their sexdrive to similarly live up to cultural norms.

nevertheless think evolutionsspykologer, that men have a bigger sexdrive, because they are leveraged to spread the genes, while some anthropologists and socialkonstruktionister claim that the differences are cultural.

the Researchers behind the review sees a development in the studies, which show that more and more recognizes that both the man's and woman's sexuality must be seen in a broader, more holistic perspective, and that the differences are smaller than the similarities. There is greater variation men and men from than between men and women.

Now is it not the case that the researchers behind the new study does not recognize the biological factors: Testosterone is an important engine for the male sex drive. But also prolactin, which is triggered by the orgasm, affects the desire - negative.

Samhørighedshormonet oxytocin also plays a role, and therefore demanded more research into how the man's hormonspejl hangs together with the psychological and relational factors. And, of course, affects the antidepressant medications, obesity, cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes etc and the man's libido in a negative direction.

Depression and anxiety has in studies been shown to give way more and less sexual desire, especially the last one. And shame, anger and sadness are also important markers of lower sex drive. Moreover, low libido put together with the lack of positive emotions, like cognitive challenges such as performance anxiety correlates with waning lust.

just Like in the women hangs self-esteem and body image are also linked with less sexual desire, although few studies have looked in detail at it.

Tilknytningsstil play a role. Men with very creepy tilknytningsstil report a higher sex drive in an attempt to gain emotional intimacy, and you have found out that men who are impotent or come too quickly, also have less sexual desire.

in General, it is often unclear which way causally runs in the contexts above, but I wonder if it goes both ways.

Sexperterne - 30. oct. 2017 - at. 21:49 the Man's sexuality is much more than a dick

In relation to the woman you have as a starting point, assumed that the couple's relationship has implications for her sex drive, but it is only recently that you are also thinking in terms of men - even though it seems that his sex drive does not fall significantly over time, which as you know creates the discrepancy, many women are reporting falling like in the long-term relationship.

Studies demonstrate that the feeling of being lusted, new, surprising, mischievous things and intimate communication gives the man sex drive, while the rejections, lack of emotional cohesion, stress, parkonflikter and ill health reduce the urge.

Sex & cohabitation - 31. mar. 2018 - at. 20:21 Here is the man's three greatest sexbekymringer

Certain cultural norms can affect appetite negatively. The major focus of erection leads to additional bad experiences when sexual lust is failing, which gives less bright. The discourse about the man's sexuality is, so to say erektionsfikseret and not pleasure - and lystsorienteret.

And the less bright can, in itself, generate even less bright, because it is seen as unmanly to not want.

Culturally derived bekymringstanker about erection and ejaculation, the sexual performance in the whole, and unrealistic expectations (e.g. ‘the man to steer the show in so and so long time and give the woman so many orgasms’), is also crucial in relation to the man's less sex drive.

the Researchers conclude that there is soil in the research, as going forward, hopefully it will involve several biopsychosocial factors, when the man's sexuality is on the couch.

The calls for further more studies, running over a longer period, and such as rest on the participants ' daily records. Also a greater focus on what infidelity, monogamy and open relationships makes a demand, and it will be interesting to see what sexoplysning can do for the inhibiting thoughts and ideas about (the man's) sexuality.

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