Sexuality is the most challenging and important subject in modern societies. According to traditional paint of view, the power of male sexuality depends on powerful penis and ability to perfect intercourse performance. However, modern sexuality focuses on sexual satisfaction, pleasurable activities and positive sexual relationship. Sexual satisfaction including erotic or emotional satisfactions is the ultimate purpose of modern sexuality.
What is sexual Satisfaction?
Sexual satisfaction is defined “as the effective response arising from one’s evaluation of his or her sexual relationship, including the perception that one’s sexual needs are being met, fulfilling one‟s own and one’s partner’s expectations, and a positive evaluation of the overall sexual relationship” (Offman & Mattheson, 2005).
The important question is, how to express your sexuality which improves the quality of life and relationship satisfaction. sexual behavior and satisfaction have the great impact on sexual satisfaction.
- Self- Confidence
The self-confidence is the essential part for receiving pleasure. The spirit and essence of confidence are sharing pleasure with the partner. It is important to remember that confidence does not only relate to the sexual performance.
- Don’t allow Shame, Anxiety, and Embarrassment
These factors have the great impact on receiving sexual satisfaction. They also have the great negative effect on sexual pleasure. Inhabit from the behavior of the enjoyment of sexual activities.
- Make Friendly and Healthy Relationship with Partner
Break down the rigid beliefs in which the man consider as a domain personality in the sexually. Both man and women have sexual desire and both of them want to get sexual satisfaction.
- Frequency of orgasm
Orgasm positively associated with sexual satisfaction. The oral stimulation such as pornography, penile Penetration, and fantasies strongly associate with sexual satisfaction
- Relationship Cooperation
Sexual satisfaction requires cooperation in the relationship. Partners should resolve their conflicts and respect other’s feelings. One partner doesn't have to defend your thoughts and feelings strictly but invests your thoughts and feelings in a relationship. This kind of cooperation is a key factor to bring satisfaction on the bedroom.
- Respect the other’ Sexual Emotions
It is important to understand the emotional expression of partner. Keep in mind that relationship intimacy relates to the emotional support of each other,
- Behave with the Healthy and Positive Sexual Behaviors
Positive sexual behaviors play a key role in the context of sexual satisfaction. Good looking dress, the good way of taking and appreciative way of communication help to get complete satisfaction. Be aware of body image and sexual health. Negative sexual behavior is the enormous barrier to receiving complete pleasure.
- Understanding of the Nature and Purposes of Sex:
It is important to understand that what is the purpose of sex or sexual activities? Sometimes sexual intercourse may lead to unwanted pregnancy and STD.
Sexual satisfaction is the ultimate purpose of human sexuality and relationship. It also relates to the quality of life and happy family relationship. Sexual dissatisfaction may lead to divorce and create the huge problem in a relationship.
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