All About Sex Culture

  Contents

1. Introduction to the Culture of Sex ?

  • Virginity

2. Better Sex

  • Sex and drugs
  • Sex tips
  • Do's, Don'ts and sex ideas

    2.1 Sex Hot Topics

    • Sex hot topics
    • Popularity of sex today
    • Monogamy
    • Polygamy
    • Homosexuality
    • Sex toys
    • Casual sex
    • Religious views

    2.2 Sex Positions

    • Man on top
    • Woman on top
    • Rear entry
    • 69 sex

    2.3 Sexual Pleasures

    • Straight sex
    • Masturbation
    • Male Masturbation
    • Female Masturbation
    • Foreplay
    • Oral sex
    • Fellatio
    • Cunnilingus
    • Gay sex
    • Lesbian sex
    • Anal sex
    • Protected sex
    • Unprotected sex

    2.4 Fetishes

    • Rubber fetishism
    • Sex games
    • Sadism
    • Masochism
    • Lactophilia
    • Exhibitionism
    • Voyeurism
    • Frotteurism
    • Swingers
    • Sex clubs

    2.5 Sex Therapy

    • Erectile dysfunction
    • Premature ejaculation
    • Sexual addiction

3. Sex Groups

  • Gay communities
  • Gay
  • Lesbains
  • Bisexuals
  • Feminists
  • Sexism
  • Transgenders

4. Sex Industry

  • Prostitution
  • Teenage Pregnancy
  • Pornography
  • Escorts
  • Sex tourism
  • Sexual slavery/trafficking

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Sex Groups

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Sex isn't just about what you do, but it's also about who you do it with. Natural sex is considered to be that of straight, heterosexual sex between a man and a woman, but there are also other types of sexual relationships that are very common.

Some of the most common sex groups outside of heterosexual couples include gay communities people who engage in sexual acts with people of the same sex as them. Gay communities include gays, or men who are attracted to other men, and lesbians, or women who find other women sexually attractive. Gays and lesbians were for many, many years often ostracized from their communities, as social tolerance of such activities was almost zero, and it is only within the last 50 years or so that these sexual practices have become widely acceptable.

There are also individuals who are happy to partake in both heterosexual and homosexual intercourse. Known as bisexuals, these people are feel an equal attraction to members of both sexes and will often engage in sexual relationships with both men and women.

Moving further out of the box, we have more extreme groups, such as feminists, women who are often perceived to dislike men and are very anti-sexism, and transgenders, people who like to dress and act as members of the opposite sex, and in some cases even undergo surgery in order to transform their body to the opposite sex completely.

 

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