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IF IT’S OBVIOUS SEXUAL INTERCOURSE ISN’T ONLY FUN, THEN HOW MUCH DO I KNOW?

LIFESTYLE 

By Macdonald Xhokiso Ziba.

“My name is Belita. ‘Sex intercourse’ has sent me to deliver a message.” her lips seemed to have moved in a slow motion when she had spoken. The red dress she wore which fell inches away from reaching her knees, made me abolish time temporarily; everything seemed to have stopped moving. There was no breathing space between her soft skin and the cloth of her dress. Her swollen breasts seemed eager to escape the tight grip of her bra. I kept on watching her lovely thighs as she pulled her dress unceasingly closer to her laps as if it could get any longer. Her pleasant body with a flat belly on it made my mind go into a high gear trying to guess what was underneath that red dress. Containing my manners had already become quite a mountain to climb.

“Oh dear, I know you like to hear about love and the sex in it, not so? Love with sexual intercourse makes us human.” she spoke and purposely stroked me with her hand on my six-packed-belly down to my thigh; close enough from reaching my trousers’ zips all the way caressing and staring at me with lonely hungry looking eyes. I listened to my instincts and followed every order she instructed. It was the right thing to do, I guess.

“Sex is as much as an intercourse as your normal conversation with your partner is. In a love relationship, sex is the Master Communication (MC) where lovers express their feelings with everything they have; hands, lips, eyes, skin, hair, you mention it. So yes, it’s possible to have sexual intercourse without penetration of the John into the garden.” She spoke while pushing me gently on the floor.

She paused for a moment, looked into my eyes, pulled her dress up a little bit and got on me as though she was getting on a horse for a ride and said, “There’s much more to the MC.”

“Sexual intercourse is a big contributor to overall happiness in life. It is the strongest contributor to happiness, with larger effects than, for example, socializing (Kahneman 2004). Likewise, Killings Worth and Gilbert (2010) found that sexual activity was the best predictor of moment to moment happiness. Their studies also suggest that the potential positive effects of sexual activity may be more direct and immediate, compared to distal effects of factors such as income (graham, 2011).

“A good quality sexual relationship improves emotional closeness and intimacy between partners. Studies suggest that a strong, deep, and close relationship is an important source of social and emotional support which may reduce stress and promote psychological well-being (Wellman and Wortley, 1990).”

She romantically touched the left side of my chest; just above the heart and said, “Sex intercourse is good for cardiovascular health (Myers, 2003). Having sex frequently may enhance the capacity of the blood vessels to dilate, improve vascular wall function and more efficiently provide oxygen to the muscles.

In 1996, Jaarsma and colleagues studied 62 patients with advanced heart failure and found that most patients reported a marked decrease in sexual interest and sexual frequency as well as decreases in the feeling of pleasure or satisfaction they normally experienced from sex after the event of heart failure.”

Furthermore, sexual intercourse decreases the risk of having hypertension. Women who have sexual relationship extremely physically pleasurable and/or extremely emotionally satisfying tend to have lower risks of hypertension in the following five years than women who were not physically or emotionally satisfied. Ooxytocin released during orgasm calms the nerves.

Fourthly, sex reduces the risk for prostate Cancer. The more often men ejaculate between the ages of 20 and 50, the less likely they are to develop prostate cancer (Australian researchers 2003). Men in 20s should at least ejaculate once a day. A similar study performed by the National Cancer Institute in 2004 showed that men who ejaculated at least five times a week, whether through sex or masturbation, were less likely to get prostate cancer.

Sex also protects women from Preeclampsia. Preeclampsia is a condition where blood pressure rises and causes other organ dysfunction. It is usually common after 20 weeks gestation, but can sometimes occur earlier in pregnancy or even post-partum. Tests conducted by Dutch biologists in 2000 proved women who regularly practice oral sex especially those who swallow their partner’s semen, have a much lower risk of preeclampsia.”

Finally, sex fights colds and the flu. According to a study done at Wilkes University found that people who have sex a couple of times a week tend to have much higher amounts of the antibody immunoglobulin A (IgA) than those who have sex less than once a week. IgA is the first line of defence against colds and flu. (Carl Charnetski, one of Wilkes study researchers).

Belita was a woman of her word; she had demonstrated everything she told me in details. The next thing I was expected from her was to dress up but she didn’t. She stood, moved inches away grabbed a glass of water and said with a worrisome face, “you know, competition for free time is stiffer for sexual activity with the rise in quality and accessibility of streaming entertainment”

She moved close to me, grabbed me by the chin and said, “Ever heard of Jean Twenge? A psychology professor at San Diego state university and author of Generation Me, She was damn right when she said there are now so many other ways to spend time which may be elbowing sex aside.

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