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Question 1: In 1966, ________ published pivotal research about the phases of sexual stimulation.
Sexual intercourseOrgasmSexual dysfunctionMasters and Johnson

Question 2: This can, however, lead to ________, i.e., redirecting semen into the urinary bladder rather than through the urethra to the outside.
PriapismErectile dysfunctionRetrograde ejaculationSexual dysfunction

Question 3: ________ is the ancient Indian spiritual tradition of sexual practices.

Question 4: [55] By giving reason to the words of Jove, Tiresias is punished by Juno that hurt, blinded the eyes of the ________ of Aonia.

Question 5: [4] Their work included women and men, and unlike ________ earlier (in 1948 and 1953), tried to determine the physiological stages before and after orgasm.
Alfred KinseyHuman sexualityKinsey ReportsKinsey (film)

Question 6: A woman experiences full orgasm when her ________, vagina, anus, and pelvic muscles undergo a series of rhythmic contractions.
OvaryReproductive systemVulvaUterus

Question 7: The study, examining 4000 women, was published in Biology letters, a ________ journal.
Royal SocietyCopley MedalGeorge PorterMichael Atiyah

Question 8: [citation needed] In humans, orgasms usually result from the stimulation of the penis in males and the ________ in females.
Female ejaculationVaginaClitoral erectionClitoris

Question 9: In men, the most common way of achieving orgasm is by the stimulation of the ________; while in women it is the stimulation of the clitoris.
Reproductive systemBreastPenisRectum

Question 10: The Gräfenberg spot, or ________, is a small area behind the female pubic bone surrounding the urethra and accessible through the anterior wall of the vagina.
Skene's glandClitorisG-SpotFemale ejaculation

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