Overview

The basis of human life rests in human sex. The thought of sexual activity repulses some people where as others are tantalized by the idea. Sex is sacred for those who know the joy and value of sexual relationship. The point is that the human body requires sex so long as it is alive. For humans, sex is more than replication. The strutting penis and the meek vagina is all that makes humanity.

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Human Sexual Matters

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Overview

The basis of human life rests in human sex. The thought of sexual activity repulses some people where as others are tantalized by the idea. Sex is sacred for those who know the joy and value of sexual relationship. The point is that the human body requires sex so long as it is alive. For humans, sex is more than replication. The strutting penis and the meek vagina is all that makes humanity.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044781993
  • Publisher: Wilson Maiyo Ph.D
  • Publication date: 8/6/2012
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 102,191
  • File size: 54 KB

Meet the Author

Wilson Maiyo, Ph.D., Ministerial Theology, is an alumni of Freelandia Bible College, an uncredited University in the USA. His field of study includes undergraduate courses in research methods, Through The Bible and Books of the Bible in Biblical Theology; Bible Doctrines and Historical Theology in Systematic Theology; and Spiritual Life, Biblical Counseling and Ministerial Theology in Practical Theology. Maiyo also chairs the District Land Control Board (L.C.B) in the Uasin Gishu County. Maiyo has also studied multi-level marketing. At his home, he practices intensive farming which include animal husbandry and aqua-hydroponics. Maiyo has served the Republic of Kenya as a District Civil Registrar before taking a voluntary retirement to persue own interests. Maiyo is a Bible student, an endless class and is interested in looking at bible doctrines from the writers perception as opposed to the readers interpretation as the final stand point.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 19, 2013

    Good from the standpoint of intimacy versus sex but...

    When talking about certsin sexual matters, comes off as moralistic and judgemental(SEE THE SECTIONS ON HOMOSEXUALITY, BIRTH CONTROL, & MASTURBATION). For example, the author fails to recoognize or understand and older woman simply cannot rely on NFP or withdtawl because her cycles are simply too irregular. Also, he talks at the end about male sexual dyfunction, but offers no advice to men about female sexual dysfunction, which becomes more of an issue as a woman's body shuts down it's child bearing capacities. Men or far more likely to cheat on their menopausal wives, than the women are when their husband has ED. He could have included a chapter on this topic letting men know, from his own standpoint and morals, how a man ought to act and behave. By only including advice about male dysfunction, I feel like the author is sending a wrong message, that if a woman has such issues, and fyi menopause is something we can't control part of God's plan, then they don't have to behave with sensativity or kindness, potentially giving men the perfect excuse to cheat. I did however LOVE that the author gave men a bit of tounge lashing. He tells them that there are certain times when a woman can't enjoy sex as much but if she's willing to preform oral sex or allow penetration, even if she gets nothing out of it, he ought to consider it a gift, and make sure to do something to make her feel appreciated and loved in an intimate way. More men with older wives need hear this message. Too many times the man rags on the woman, even if she is willing to fulfill his needs, but if she asks for something small like a massage, a foot rub, or cuddling to compensate for what she isn't getting, the man acts like it's a chore, or worse rolls over and goes to sleep, making the woman feel used and devalued. Perhaps if he rewrites, the author will address this.

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