“Clinical” Sex

 

Pelvic exam           The blogs on this site will be about sex.  I am not talking about the heavy-breathing, passionate-groaning kind of sex. I am talking about information to clear your minds of false beliefs, allowing you to achieve the heavy-breathing, passionate-groaning kind of sex. And more!

We, in the American culture, live with many myths about sex and sexual behavior.  These myths have led us in to a sexual culture that is detrimental to our well-being.  Nearly 50% of the women in this country are reported as raped or sexually molested as children, and this is true for about 25% of the men.  This atrocious act steals part of the soul of its victim and warps their perception of sexual behavior, as well as the rest of society’s perception.  According to Dr. Laura Berman, about half the sexually active women in this country have never experienced an orgasm and about 43 million women live in sexless marriages.  Something is definitely wrong!

This is an outgrowth of my after-the-fact research because of my novel, The Sacred Female.  So far, all of the sexual responses described, as exhibited by Jeanne and Richard in the novel, are validated by modern science or ancient sacred sexual texts and by anecdotal evidence from living women around the world as well as my own experience.  I am blessed with having known some fantastic women in my life and cursed with curiosity.  As a writer, I can easily describe the responses, but I had no idea what was causing them.  Now, I do!

As such, I consider myself to have a broader understanding of this subject than most of the people on this planet.  I am here to share this with you.  I will cite from the works of Hippocrates (400 BCE), Dr. Reiner de Gaff (1660 CE) and, Dr. Beverly Whipple, et al, in modern sexual science.  I will also tell you, when we get into genetics, what is guesswork.  The complete map of the human genome is as complete as Amerigo Vespucci’s  map of the New World in 1508!  Although the speculation is credible, it is only speculation.

Perhaps it would be best to start with a different description of sex—perhaps a definition—than is commonly thought of.  “Sex” is the mental and/or physical (mechanical) stimulation of nerve ends that create electro-chemical energy leading to pleasurable sensations in the genitalia and other sexual responses.  First, this is open ended in two ways:

A.     The word mental implies many things, including our erroneous belief systems, and

B.     Orgasm is only one of many sexual responses.

Secondly, a discussion of sex without love is like describing the mechanical components of a Ferrari’s engine without recognizing how the body design, suspension, etc. all augment the overall beauty of the automobile.  But, this description is a different starting place.

The only purpose for sexual education is to overcome the myths perpetrated on us, alive and well in our belief systems.  For example, as many women enter the orgasmic phase of sex, as Masters and Johnson said, they experience “the urge to void”.  They think, they believe, they are about to urinate on their lover.  In most cases, they are preparing to ejaculate, just like men.  However, they repress this response in fear.

The female prostate, currently called “pariurethral glands” by the medical community, functions like the male prostate. Just like a man with a “Morning Glory”, urination is not possible in most cases until arousal diminishes.  Where the male prostate is snuggled up next to the bladder and encased in the prostatic capsule, a skin covering the glands, the female prostate si stretched along the urethra in various configurations of ducts and glands. In most cases (66%) they are bunched up near the front. Both historically (de Gaff) and from what I have been told, female ejaculation is 8 to 10 time more pleasurable for a woman than non-ejaculatory orgasms.

This 1947 sketch by Huffman was called "paraurethral glands."

Female prostate

Pleasure is one of the two elements on the sexual paradigm under which we now live.  The other is procreation.  These blogs will introduce a third element, power: the power of sexual love.  It is referred to in Tantric sex as divine illumination.  Whatever your concept of divine illumination is, allow me to assure you it will not meet the beautiful reality of this experience.

Also, pleasure might be thought of, or regarded as, an indicator of the quantity of electro-chemical energy being produced by sex: the greater the energy, the greater the pleasurable response.  But, our belief systems can and do repress our responses, limiting our pleasure.  When free of mythical belief systems, our pleasure is enhanced and even “divine illumination” is possible for all.  This is my goal, though I expect few to attain it.  It will only take a few for this to be a better world.

Copyright Art Noble 2011
http://www.thesacredfemale.com

4 Responses to ““Clinical” Sex”

  1. Gayla Says:

    Just FYI, Although half of women report some type of abnormal sexual conduct upon themselves, women with Fibromyalgia report that 3 out of 4 have been raped or molested in early life. The cause of Fibromyalgia is still considered to be unknown. If you add in the ones who know that they developed it after a trumatic event such as a car accident or some such happening it is pretty clear to me it is from a trama to the body. Others feel it came on after a serious illness so the evidence gets stronger. It is considered a female illness although men also have it. It’s a theory that male doctores do not want to diagnose it in men because that would mean that 75% were raped or molested and men don’t like to think that of their sex. Thought you might find that of interest.

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