Archive for the ‘Men’s Health-Erectile Dysfunction’ Category

 

GENDER ROLES

July 30th, 2011

On a television soap opera, a self-confident, smooth-talking businessman seduces a beautiful but not too bright female secretary. A children’s book describes a warm, caring, stay-at-home mother while depicting father as an adventuresome traveler. A newspaper advertisement for cigarettes shows a husky young man enthusiastically dousing a shapely, squealing female companion with water, her wet [...]

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SEMINAR TRAINING FOR CONTRACEPTIVE CARE – COMFORT WITH SEXUAL MATTERS (DIFFICULT BOUNDARIES)

April 7th, 2009

During discussion the group noticed how the flirtatiousness of the patient had appeared suddenly at the time that she was talking about her abuse. With the knowledge that abused people often find the maintenance of boundaries difficult, it was possible to understand that she might have difficulties maintaining the boundaries of a professional relationship with [...]

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PSYCHOSEXUAL PROBLEMS IN THE CONTRACEPTIVE CONSULTATION – FURTHER TREATMENT OR REFERRAL? (REFERRAL 2)

April 7th, 2009

Referral may be to a counsellor who is trained to work either with the individual or the couple (or sometimes the family). It is essential that the counsellor is known to be comfortable with sexual issues and to be able to make people comfortable talking about them in private. Counsellors who have had training in [...]

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PSYCHOSEXUAL PROBLEMS IN THE CONTRACEPTIVE CONSULTATION – CHOICE OF VENUE AND DOCTOR (CONTRACEPTION AND FAMILY PLANNING)

April 7th, 2009

Another woman attended a community family planning clinic rather than her own GP (a keen enthusiast for contraceptive provision who was always trying to persuade her to attend him instead!), because she wanted to be supplied with two diaphragms. One she left in the drawer at home in the mornings, the other went to work [...]

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STERILIZATION: SENSIBLE CHOICE OR SERIOUS TROUBLE? – SELF-SACRIFICE FOR THE SAKE OF THE PARTNER (CONCLUSION)

April 7th, 2009

It is possible that if this man had been able to talk in more depth about his feelings regarding his wife’s depression he might have been able to hear more of the facts about the operation. Sometimes a man may feel guilty and responsible when a pregnancy causes illness or suffering in his wife, and [...]

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THE SEXUAL NEEDS OF PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES – CONCLUSION

April 7th, 2009

The sexual needs of people with disabilities have been considered within the broad areas of emotional needs, practical problems and contraception. In practice, concerns about all these areas are often present at the same time, although one aspect may dominate any one particular consultation. Where an able-bodied person, if she or he so wishes, can [...]

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PATTERNED OFFENDERS: SAMPLE

March 30th, 2009

We realize that certain uncontrolled variables might result in arti-factual rather than actual differences between incidental and patterned offenders. For example, being a patterned offender might in large measure be the consequence of simply being older and having had more time in which to repeat offenses. Consequently we have examined a number of variables so [...]

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SEX OFFENDERS: SEQUENCE OF SEX OFFENSES

March 30th, 2009

In our society there is a belief, so common as to constitute folklore, in the evolutionary sequence of behavior. The child who indulges in petty theft will, if unchecked, end up as a professional thief. The teenager who lights his first marijuana cigarette is on the road to becoming a heroin addict. The collector of [...]

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MARRIAGE: PROPORTION OF TOTAL OUTLET

March 30th, 2009

The interesting aspect of marital coitus (and petting to orgasm in marriage) is not that it provides the greatest part of the total sexual outlet of married men, but that it provides less than most people would anticipate. The members of most of our groups derive 85 per cent or more of their outlet from [...]

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EARLY SEX KNOWLEDGE: WITNESSING PARENTAL COITUS

March 30th, 2009

Few things are guarded as closely in certain segments of Western society as the privacy of coitus. The peeper who seeks to observe sexual activity clandestinely is prosecuted, and prosecutions of parents who have allowed their children to observe them in sexual activity are also recorded. Such constraint about the privacy of sexual activity has [...]

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