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The ideal approach to treating female sexual dysfunction involves a team effort between the patient, healthcare providers and trained therapists. Most types of sexual dysfunction can be corrected by treating the underlying physical or psychological problems. Other treatment strategies focus on the following:.
Skip to content. Can you explain to me why I should not be bothered by the fact that my girlfriend goes to a male gynecologist actually a group of four doctors. Am I supposed to believe that when a beautiful girl has her legs spread these doctors are not turned on?
For an explanation of this post, see The Sexy Nurse Report series. Where does the sexy nurse stereotype come from, and, if it's wrong it iswhat is the typical nurse like? In other posts, I've described the origin of The Sexy Nurse that is, the portrayal of promiscuous nurses in short, white skirts, high heels, and little caps with bouffant hair, pouting lips, etc as a psychological phenomenon: men who fantasize about a nurse who, essentially, provides sexual favors as part of a continuum of accommodation and caregiving for the man while he is laid up in a hospital bed. As a male who never had this fantasy, even before entertaining the notion of actually working in health care, it's hard for me to see it as anything than an expression of laziness.
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Watch any cheesy '80s movie or log on to one of a million porn sites and you'll find thousands of scenarios involving hot nurses and sexy doctors. But we totally understand that it's just make believe. Well, MOST of us understand that.
There are a lot of reasons you might want to have a female doctor. For one, it makes many women feel more comfortable during exams. For another, according to research, female doctors tend to have patients who live longer than their male counterparts.
We asked sex workers, including dominatrixes and escortsto tell us which fantasies their clients bring up most frequently. Dominatrix Aleta Cai said the vast majority of her clients are interested in sissification which is sometimes known as forced feminizationin which a male submissive adopts traditionally feminine behaviors or mannerisms and cross-dresses at the command of the dominant. Escort and professional dominant Oz Bigdownunder said he often acts as the male sexual partner to clients who are interested in this type of BDSM.
The most recent evidence, while it by no means ends the debate, sheds light on several important aspects of the issue: what the fantasies say about one's sexual orientation, what the most common fantasies are, when they are healthy and when pathological and what they indicate about a couple's relationship. The latest contribution to the issue is from the Masters and Johnson Institute in a recent article on their treatment program for dissatisfied homosexuals. Researchers at the institute believe that whether a person has homosexual fantasies or heterosexual ones cannot be used as an indication of actual sexual preference.
Fantasies are an integral part of our sexuality and learning how to role play can lead to better sex and a better relationship with your partner. But yet there's something about role playing, and embracing our deepest fantasies that seems oddly forbidden, no matter what our level of sexual experience. If your partner is revealing a fantasy to you that makes you uncomfortable, try to keep in mind that they are allowing themselves to trust you with a part of themselves that is most likely hidden from others, says Dr.