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Sexual Behaviour: “Ye Kaise Weird Khayal Aa Rahe Hai Yaar??”

Sexual Behaviour: “Ye Kaise Weird Khayal Aa Rahe Hai Yaar??”



Going through teenage might not be as normal as it seems to be for some. If you are a teenager (or know someone who is) and wondering, “what is happening with me looking at someone,” then hey, chillax! Keep reading:



1. Generally, human sexual practice or human sexual behaviour is how humans experience and express their sexuality. People engage in a range of sexual acts, from masturbation to sexual intercourse non-penetrative sex, and that too in varying patterns and frequencies, for a wide variety of reasons–but mostly, for the one major one–“Ye natural hai yaar! Evolution padho…”



2. Even though sex is totally biological, in some cultures, it is considered a sin. It is often restrained and circled by societal, legal and community laws for the smooth functioning of human society. This means: “no sex or sex-talk before shaadi and suhaagraat!” This makes premarital and extramarital sex to be considered taboo.



3. Interestingly, despite stereotypes and common misconceptions in society, there are no forms of sexual acts of heterosexuals that are not found in the behaviour of same-sex couples.



4. Considering the expansion of types of sexual behaviours with the further development of the Queer community, there are pansexuals. Pansexuals suggests that they are gender-blind. This means that they do not consider their sexual behaviour according/limited to or based upon one’s gender and sex. These are insignificant or irrelevant in determining whether they will be sexually attracted to others.



5. If you face difficulty determining your sexual behaviour, it might be due to “Sexual Dysfunction”. It is an inability to react emotionally or physically to sexual stimulation projected on the average healthy person. This can affect different stages in the sexual response cycles.



6. In the media, sexual dysfunction is often associated with men. But, in actuality, it is more commonly observed in females (43%) than males (31%).



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7. Initially, the physiological mechanisms that underlie sexual behaviour and motivation come from animal research. The hypothalamus plays a significant role in motivated behaviours, and sex is no exception.



8. Example: It has been discovered that in male rats, “medial preoptic areas completely disrupts,” leading to the inability in engaging in sexual behaviour. It suggests that sexual behaviour may be mediated by neural systems distinguished from one another. Although, human sexual behaviour is much more complex than this.



9. Considering humans, sexual behaviour is involved in the primary brain areas of the hypothalamus and the medial preoptic area. This is that old conversation around males and females being different due to levels of testosterone and estrogen.



Thus, if you are a teenager, don’t be conflicted! Sexual behaviour develops with age. It often begins before puberty when begins to indulge more in sexual explorations. This is only biological and natural, due to something called “Reproduction”. Nonetheless, when it comes to the LGBT+ community, this discussion becomes both confusing and thus necessary.


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