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Mar 31, 2010 · “Partnership drives sexual activity, particularly in later life,” they wrote. In an accompanying editorial, Patricia Goodson, PhD, of Texas A&M University, praised the researchers for shining light on the sexual health of older adults in the U.S., but noted that it calls for a deeper understanding of the quality of older women’s sexual lives.Author: Kevin.

1 Indian Journal of Sexology Vol. I, No. 1, July - Sept 2009 (Pp. 10-18) Sex and the Tribes: An Anthropological Overview by P. Govinda Reddy, S. Sumathi and M.P. Damodaran Department of Anthropology, University of Madras, Chennai-600 005 Introduction Albeit sex is mostly viewed as a biological urge, it has a socio-cultural dimension as well.

Sexual intercourse may be called coitus, copulation, coition, or intercourse (the last of which is typically shorthand for sexual intercourse).Coitus is derived from the Latin word coitio or coire, meaning "a coming together or joining together" or "to go together", and is known under different ancient Latin names for a variety of sexual activities, but usually denotes penile–vaginal.

Anthropology insists sex, gender, and sexuality include human activity and imagination--explaining what "gender is a social construction" really means. to recognize that the human primate seems to be something of an outlier in comparison to the standard measures of sexual dimorphism in non-human primates, and there is still a lot of.