passionate love - apex approved :)
The "giggity" phrase was inspired by Steve Marmel's Jerry Lewis impression.Quagmire finds sexual arousal in seemingly banal situations, and sexual innuendo in much of the show's dialogue. During such periods of sexual arousal, Quagmire invokes several catchphrases, including "giggity giggity goo" (sometimes shortened to simply "giggity").Source: Wikipedia, "Glenn Quagmire"
I believe you are refering to Erotic Asphyxiation This is where one strangles themself or does an activity similar to cut off the oxygen to their brain for sexual arousal. This can be quite a dangerous activity and could lead to acidental death so one must be aware of the precautions that need to be taken.
"Butt plugs give a feeling of fullness in the anus with contributes to sexual arousal and an incredibly powerful orgasm for both men and women." Quoted from http://www.theadulttoyshoppe.com/howtouseabuttplug.htm And yes, they do work. You don't need it to be big either, a small one is just as good as a large one. Try a rubber plug because they don't flop as you attempt to stick it in and also use lube. It's painful without lube.
Sadism used as a sexual term describes a person who takes pleasure in inflicting some form of humiliation or pain on a person, usually consenting, with the intention of sexual arousal or stimulation to both persons. Masochism describes someone who takes pleasure in receiving the humiliation or pain from another consenting person and is often stimulated or aroused by it. Sadomasochism is is the combined term referring to any persons who like to receive or inflict pain during sexual intercourse.There are many common sexual practices that fall under the category of sadomasochism, such as biting or erotic spanking and more intense practices such as bondage ranging from handcuffs to full body restraints and gentle choking or slapping.Sadists are often aroused by the feeling of dominance or power during during sadomasochism or having control over the masochist. Masochists are often aroused by being mistreated or humiliated by the sadist. Some people are aroused by both, and often switch roles during intercourse. For most people, their sexual preference only affects their sex life and has little or no impact on how they behave normally. Someone may have a somewhat shy or submissive personality in social situations, but may act very differently when aroused!In my hunble opinion, all Urologists practice Sadism. :)
They have sex on their honeymoon and he accidently gets her pregnant..Vampires and pregnancy: when did that idea occur to you? How does that work? The first seed (no pun intended) was planted when I did Bella's computer research in chapter seven of Twilight. Bella reads about several real vampire legends-the Danag, Estrie, Upier, etc. In the novel, I only mentioned a few of the many legends I read through. One that I didn't mention at this point was the entry on the Incubus. The unique feature about that legend was that the incubus could father children. Hmmm, I said, and I filed that kernel of an idea away for later. When I decided to write the first sequel to Twilight(Forever Dawn), I knew it was going to revolve around a hybrid baby from the outset. When my editor and I decided to go back and really develop Bella's last year of high school, I did so with the knowledge that it was all going to end up with the events in Breaking Dawn. Everything I wrote was pointed in that direction. I was always very careful when I answered the "Can vampires have babies?" question, because I didn't want to say anything incorrect, but I also didn't want to make the future super-obvious. I focused my answers on the female half of the equation-female vampires cannot have children because their bodies no longer change in any aspect. There is no changing cycle to begin with, and their bodies couldn't expand to fit a growing child, either. I purposely evaded answering the question, "Can a male vampire get a human female pregnant?" to preserve a tiny bit of surprise in the last book. There were many statements on this subject purported to have come from me, but I never made those comments because, obviously, I knew where this was going. Now, on to the "how is this possible?" question. First of all, of course it's not possible. None of this story is possible. It's a fantasy story about creatures that don't actually exist. Within the context of the fantasy, however, this is how it works: Vampires are physically similar enough to their human origins to pass as humans under some circumstances (like cloudy days). There are many basic differences. They appear to have skin like ours, albeit very fair skin. The skin serves the same general purpose of protecting the body. However, the cells that make up their skin are not pliant like our cells, they are hard and reflective like crystal. A fluid similar to the venom in their mouths works as a lubricant between the cells, which makes movement possible (note: this fluid is very flammable). A fluid similar to the same venom lubricates their eyes so that their eyes can move easily in their sockets. (However, they don't produce tears because tears exist to protect the eye from damage, and nothing is going to be able to scratch a vampire's eye.) The lubricant-venom in the eyes and skin is not able to infect a human the way saliva-venom can. Similarly, throughout the vampire's body are many versions of venom-based fluids that retain a marked resemblance to the fluid that was replaced, and function in much the same way and toward the same purpose. Though there is no venom replacement that works precisely like blood, many of the functions of blood are carried on in some form. Also, the nervous system runs in a slightly different but heightened way. Some involuntary reactions, like breathing, continue (in that specific example because vampires use the scents in the air much more than we do, rather than out of a need for oxygen). Other involuntary reactions, like blinking, don't exist because there is no purpose for them. The normal reactions of arousal are still present in vampires, made possible by venom-related fluids that cause tissues to react similarly as they do to an influx of blood. Like with vampire skin-which looks similar to human skin and has the same basic function-fluids closely related to seminal fluids still exist in male vampires, which carry genetic information and are capable of bonding with a human ovum. This was not a known fact in the vampire world (outside of Joham's personal experimenting) before Nessie, because it's nearly impossible for a vampire to be that near a human and not kill her. I didn't get into all of these details at my signings because it's a long, complicated mouthful. Also, it's hard to be clearly heard with all the screaming. Mostly, though, I waited to do this in writing because I have an immature, Homer Simpson-like tendency to giggle when I say the words "seminal fluids" in public.
The cast of Arousal - 2000 includes: Elisa Gabrielli as Laura Stevens Reinaldo Holzchuh as Man
A theory of motivation suggesting that biological needs create internal states of tension or arousal - called drives - which organisms are motived to reduce.
The Arousal was created in 1988.
A cognitive label; physical arousal
Arousal Disasters was created in 2003.
Arousal can effect sport performance, for example if you have poor arousal, you will not be ready for a sports game and won't perform to the standard you can do. If you have good arousal your performance will be better as you will be ready for a performance. By Lewis soal
The brainstem is to arousal as the limbic system is to emotion.
thoughts that leads to cognitive aware of need is cognitive arousal...
Pornography is simply anything that stimulates sexual arousal for an individual. This includes photographs, music, videos, novels, etc.
Sporting Arousal is caused by the pressure of an event, turning into excitement
It usually turns darker because during arousal, blood engorges the vaginal area (which includes the labia).
The biological perspective can explain depression because of chemical imbalances in the brain. For example, a very specific reason could be that there are low levels of serotonin in the brain. Serotonin is responsible for arousal and general happiness. If levels in the brain are low, a patient can become depressed (or anxious). If the reason for depression is biological, medication is required. The Biological Perspective in Psychology is based on genetics, and the chemical activity/amounts in the brain and body. It also includes hereditary factors.