SEX QUESTION ANSWERED

 

   

Incest

 

Q.63. Describe incest in brier?

Ans. Incest is the sex relationship between two persons who are closely related by blood or family ties as part of the large family. It is a normal and frequently occurring phenomenon among animals. In societies where consanguineous love marriages are allowed, the above definition does not hold good. Incest cannot be permitted in human sex  society which works on social and moral norms. Incest is also not desirable from genetic point of view. Complete isolation should not be provided to any relative which involves two persons of opposite gender selection because in the atmosphere of isolation the sexual drive and romantic mood becomes strong and can make them do something which is prohibited by the society.

Sadism and Masochism

Q.64. What are sadism and masochism?

Ans. Sadism is sexual perversion in which a person feels sexually stimulated and gratified in the form of cruel treatment by torturing, pinching, squeezing, biting, beating and injuring the sex partner. Sadism is the result of frustrated wishes which satisfy both the sexual eros as well as the revenging instinct. Sadism is more often seen in introvert males. Extreme degree of sadism results in lust murder, necrophilia and necrophagia. Masochism is the sexual pleasure obtained by being tortured, inflicted, beaten, injured, abused and insulted by the sex partner. It is the fundamental destructive instinct directed toward the self accompanied by fear and anxiety. It is a wish to experience pain and self criticism. It is relatively commoner in woman than in man.

Transvestism and transsexualism

Q.65. What is transvestism and transsexualism?

Ans. Transvestism is the sexual satisfaction obtained by wearing the clothes and behaving like a person of opposite gender. It is seen in both the superior genders but is more prevalent amongst men. A true transvestite is a person who cross-dresses to get himself/herself relieved of the mental agony. Fetishistic transvestites constitute the largest group who become sexually stimulated only by wearing the dress of opposite gender.

> Transsexualism is a phenomenon in which a person having anatomy of one gender has the psychology of the other gender. A transsexual possesses a psychological make up that is opposite to his/her biological gender. Transsexualism is the increased form of transvestism and occurs at a much younger age than the beginning of transvestism. Transsexualism is more prevalent amongst women.

Transsexualism may be caused by alteration of sex hormones in the intra-uterine life after the sex organs have developed but before the development of brain resulting in sexual differentiation of the brain in the wrong direction. It may also be because of wrong sexual identification after birth due to wrong social learning. Treatment of both transvestism and transsexual ism lies in modifying the sexual behaviour of a person according to his/her anatomy, sex organs and sex hormones.

Frigidity

Q.66. Describe in brief about frigidity?

Ans. Frigidity is the lack of normal sexual desire and interest in a woman. There is inhibited sexual desire and even frank apathy towards sex making a woman sexually cold. A frigid woman does not enjoy the sexual act and never experiences orgasm . However like impotence where sexual intercourse is not possible, a frigidity in woman can be made an unwilling partner in the sexual behavior act. The causes of frigidity are psychological and organic. Dyspareunia and vaginismus are related to frigidity. An apathetic and sexually untactful husband can also make the wife frigid. Fear of sex due to any reason and decreased secretion of sex hormones are the most important causes of frigidity. A frigid woman can also become infertile as a sexually unstimulated woman has tight closure of cervical mouth thereby preventing the entry of sperms in the cervix. Treatment of frigidity lies in the modification of sexual feelings by means of sex education where understanding of sexuality with its psychological and social perspectives is required. Mental readjustment is done by re-education, psychotherapy, suggestion and sentimental appeal. Confidence has to be restored by the husband by love and compassion and full stimulation of the wife prior to the sexual act. Psychological treatment of frigidity is fairly similar to that of impotence in man. Rich nutritious diet, adequate rest and exercise are desirable.