sexual arousal

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A state of sexual readiness which has a mental component—increased cortical responsiveness to sensory stimulation—and physical component—increased penile sensitivity, neural response to stimuli, and sense of impending orgasm

sexual arousal

Horny/horniness, randy/randiness Physiology A state of sexual 'yellow alert' which has a mental component–↑ cortical responsiveness to sensory stimulation, and physical component–↑ penile sensitivity, neural response to stimuli, and sense of impending orgasm
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4% (n = 5) of the women reported that they had ever become sexually aroused by cross-dressing.
Mr Ajewole said it couldn't be true he had "tried it on" with her and become sexually aroused, as she had claimed, because that would have been an impossibility.
London, July 29 ( ANI ): A US man has bizarrely admitted to being sexually aroused by people who pass wind.
Many women lose their libido or require more foreplay to get them sexually aroused in bed.
The teacher, who cannot be named for legal reasons, said she began attending pounds 10-a-time sessions at Hill's clinic where he practised Chinese hormone treatment, which involved him helping her to become sexually aroused.
The teacher, who cannot be named for legal reasons, said she began attending pounds 10 sessions at Hill's clinic where he practised Chinese hormone treatment, which involved him helping her to become sexually aroused.
After hearing evidence of Arobieke on "many occasions" becoming sexually aroused, the court concluded an order was needed to protect the public "from serious sexual harm".
My nipples are flat and never stick out - even if I'm sexually aroused.
By the close, Adolf is in his teens and sexually aroused over his involvement in the death of both his younger brother and father.
This survey shows that far from lack of interest in sex, women would like to be more sexually aroused by their partners.
Thus it's not really a "spot" at all, but an area of the vagina that responds to stimulation, particularly when a woman is sexually aroused.
A scientific survey of male British MPs in the year 2000 found that 80% were sexually aroused by photographs of: