Wednesday, January 06, 2010

Feelings of guilt and shame in women

How men and women respond differently to sex Hindustan times - jan 4, 2010 - When it comes to sexual responses, men and women are poles apart, concludes a new study. Led by Queen's University Psychology professor Meredith Chiversk, the study found that men's reports of feeling sexually aroused tend to match their physiological ... Women 'may have lower sex drives due to guilt' Why men and women really are on different planets while in bed Daily Mail - - - News Locale guilt may make women have a less satisfying sex life - jan 5, 2010‎ - Feelings of guilt and shame revolving around sex can explain the reason behind the low sex drives in women. Low libidos can trigger to unhappiness in their ... Women 'may have lower sex drives due to guilt' Men and Women Show Different Responses to Sexual Stimuli News Locale

Intimate Relations: The Natural History of Desire by Liam Hudson (Author), Bernadine Jacot (Author). Hudson and Jacot (The Way Men Think, 1992) make a perplexing and incoherent effort to analogize intimacy and art. The authors declare "that psychological differences between the sexes are both deeply engrained and imaginatively galvanising" and "that there exists a parallel between art and intimate relations." Unfortunately, very little that follows has anything to do with these potentially engaging assertions. (Kirkus Reviews) Differences between the sexes are both deeply engrained and imaginatively galvanising 10:40 AM

Women have a lower sex drive than men, and are more likely to lose interest There was the intimation that, at its core, women’s sexuality might not be passive at all. There was the chance that the long history of fear might have buried the nature of women’s lust too deeply to unearth, to view. « Previous Page  7  Next Page » Daniel Bergner is a contributing writer for the magazine. His new book, “The Other Side of Desire: Four Journeys Into the Far Realms of Lust and Longing,” will be published this month. More Articles in Magazine » A version of this article appeared in print on January 25, 2009, on page MM26 of the New York edition. 4:46 PM

Married (Happily) With Issues 
Do you fear the snakes in your own marriage? Are you clearer about your job as a parent than your job as a spouse? Share your thoughts
December 1, 2009 (Page 10 of 10)  « Previous Page Elizabeth Weil, a contributing writer, is working on a memoir about marriage improvement called “No Cheating, No Dying.” 9:15 AM 

Sarojini Sahoo: In one of my recently published interviews in Muse India, I stated that I differed from Simon de Beauvoir' in her 'Other' theory where she says “one is not born but rather, becomes a woman.” I further stated that I think a woman is born as a woman. Such a statement by me surprised some of my scholar friends in that how could I state this when it is known to me that according to social anthropology, gender is more a societal than a biological phenomenon. I have posted my new blogging “Being Feminine: A Matter of Socialisation or Biology?” at SENSE & SENSUALITY to clarify my stand. Your comments and suggestions will make me applauded and guided.  Sarojini 

1 comment:

  1. Dr.Sahoo has shown a new arena in Feminism by rejecting Western thoughts of Feminism. She has attempted to glorify Feminism with total feminine factor stating that Women are different. But side by side she has not eliminating the questions of 'women rights' as required to lead a human life.I think Sarojini is more correct than Simon.