Dr. Patti Britton explains in this clip how our erotic triggers for arousal are rooted in the five senses. Male, female, or other, you can learn more about what turns you on by exploring the wealth of stimuli available, from lotions to dirty talk to erotica.
If your relationship seems to be stuck in a rut, Jacq Jones is here in part 2 to recommend a “Discovery Date” to bring some playfulness and a spirit of experimentation to the bedroom. Whether you’re curious about something you just read in an erotica story or want to use the “Discovery Date Form” to try some new things, she can help you set up and enjoy an unforgettable, educational, and fun evening with your partner.
Dr. Richard Sprott discusses the origins of fetishes in part 3. Based on a Freudian understanding of sexual development, he explains the roots and nature of sexual attraction as well as the idea of fetishes.
Dr. Sprott talks more on the origins of fetishes during part 4. He again looks back to our childhood years, explaining the importance of the couple years just prior to puberty. He connects these years to those formative ages of three to seven, and notes how these early years help create the primal images that can drive our sexuality.
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