Psychological Sexual Activities Test ..

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Psychological Sexual Activities Test ..

Moein Moein
where can I find a detailed Psychological test for sexual activity ..

I am a married man but I want to read more about the hidden self meaning and explenations for many sexual activity like: The way of kissing, foreplay methods, analy or vaginaly orientation, most body part attraction, and many many other..

I am not searching for Psychological sex orientaion tests that used to check up the Psychological health, No, .. I am searching to know what does my sexual and intimate actions relect?

Any one ?
12/22/2011
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Moein Moein
4 dyas ...

Ok, I will ask it very simple:

Is there any way I can find a Psychological explenation for prefered sex actions I do. For example: if I am so attracted to my wife's breast, what that means from Psychological's viewpoint?
12/27/2011
Jul!a Jul!a
Maybe try searching on Google? I'm clueless as to where to point you first.
12/27/2011
Ansley Ansley
Try this test. It might be what you're hunting for.
12/27/2011
AndroAngel AndroAngel
There are so many psychological theories that every theory is bound to say something different. For instance, a freudian perspective would probably say something completely different from a more modern psychological school of thought. The thing is, psychology is an inexact science and most psychologists will work with the patient to find the cause of any particular preference/etc. The thing is, you probably know better than any psychological study can say, because causes vary from individual to individual. (All this coming from someone who studied psychology).
12/27/2011
BuckeyeGal04 BuckeyeGal04
This could be an interesting find! Wish I could help guide you.
12/27/2011
Moein Moein
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Originally posted by Jul!a
Maybe try searching on Google? I'm clueless as to where to point you first.
Thanks,
Yes I already made the search, but the only thing I found is a tests for sexual mental health that used to check if the person have serious problems about Sex or is he addict to Sex, .. etc.

I only seek about what every sex action means to the person, and how this action can describe his personality. Like other books that deal with people actions. for example: if I interlace my hands and the right thumb becomes over the left thumb, so that could mean I am a rational person. That type of exams, videos or books I am searching for.
01/03/2012
Moein Moein
Quote:
Originally posted by Ansley
Try this test. It might be what you're hunting for.
Thanks Stormy,

It has a little, but I am looking for more details for every sexual actions we make, starting from stearing upto the eyes action after ejaculation.
01/03/2012
Cherrylane Cherrylane
Quote:
Originally posted by Moein
Thanks Stormy,

It has a little, but I am looking for more details for every sexual actions we make, starting from stearing upto the eyes action after ejaculation.
You might have more luck trying to search academic databases if you have any access to them.

There are many journals dedicated entirely to sexuality, sexual health, behavior, and the psychology there of. Naturally, you won't be able to generalize what you find in most cases, but you'll probably have more luck finding the sort of thing you're looking for.

Anything else will probably some version of the little "articles" in Cosmo magazine that are like "what your sleep style says about you" and whatever, which tend to not tell you much valid... though if that's what you're looking for, well, you can always read Cosmo.
01/03/2012
Moein Moein
Quote:
Originally posted by AndroAngel
There are so many psychological theories that every theory is bound to say something different. For instance, a freudian perspective would probably say something completely different from a more modern psychological school of thought. The thing is, ...
Yes you are right -as I think-
But human emotional actions always reflect person's conscience, like a liar who has to swallow his saliva. No one dispute about this because it becomes so clear and proved.
So, Is there any book or site that clairs sex actions and relates it to the conscience. for example, if a man likes to ejaculate in his partner's mouth, what is going in his mind at that time? Does he like to humiliate his partner? Or does he show his love?
01/03/2012
Cherrylane Cherrylane
Quote:
Originally posted by Moein
Yes you are right -as I think-
But human emotional actions always reflect person's conscience, like a liar who has to swallow his saliva. No one dispute about this because it becomes so clear and proved.
So, Is there any book or site that ...
I'd put my vote to the evolutionary psychologists and sociologists for that one.

1. Oral sex made a huge "boom" in popularity in the past century, particularly after the film Deepthroat, which was focused around a woman whose clitoris just happened to be located in her throat. That said, it is in no way "new"

I think the main thing about it is not, for most men, humiliation. I would posit that it's about the woman's enthusiasm and the ability to cover someone in cum in general. And let's me honest here, men love their cum. it's their magic power juice. makes them feel all big and strong. They don't want to be told that having it in your face is uncomfortable and distasteful and not fun at all. They, more or less, want to feel like you'd basically be willing to swim in it. *gleefully swan dives* Cumming on a woman's face may not be useful for procreation, but having a woman enjoy sex with you kind of is, and having her love your cum and want it inside you is kind of important to. Many of the sexual urges we have are there for biological reasons.

That said, we also can't forget that humans are one of the few animals on the face of the planet that have sex for fun. There are only a handful of others. There's not always a concrete reason why someone likes something and another person doesn't.

You can talk all day about how girls who have been raped or otherwise physically abused and also like rough sex like rough sex because of their abuse. For some of those women, that assumption may well be true. For others, it entirely will not be.

There are probably many places, previously mentioned Cosmo included, that have lots and lots of material on that sort of thing. Books too. And pseudo studies. However, I will warn that basically all of them will have little to no legitimate science behind them because there is very little research going on in that level of detail about the psychology of sex. I do not suggest you taking anything you read on the matter to heart.
01/03/2012
AndroAngel AndroAngel
Quote:
Originally posted by Moein
Yes you are right -as I think-
But human emotional actions always reflect person's conscience, like a liar who has to swallow his saliva. No one dispute about this because it becomes so clear and proved.
So, Is there any book or site that ...
Actually, everyone has tells, but not everyone's tells are the same. While one person may swallow a lot when they're lying, another might twitch their finger and yet another might play with their hair. Some people swallow a lot because they have an excess of saliva and not because they're lying. Swallowing a lot and dilated pupils are signs of nervousness, not signs of lying. So a frightened person will do those things if they're nervous, not because they're lying.

It's the same with any other behavior. Some men might like to come in a woman's mouth to humiliate her, others might like it because their partner enjoys it.
01/04/2012
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