Sexual arousal in people[change | edit source]
When people become sexually aroused, their bodies change in certain ways.
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Animals[change | edit source]
Animal sexuality is not very well understood today, but scientists are sure that animals do get sexually aroused without having sexual intercourse. Dolphins and Bonobos both use sex as a "social tool to strengthen and maintain bonds."
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References[change | edit source]
- Human Sexuality - MSN Encarta
- McCarey, Kevin (writer). (1999). Dolphins: The wild side [Documentary]. USA: National Geographic Television. Retrieved on 2007-04-24. "Like humans and some chimpanzees, dolphins use sex for reasons other than procreation. Sex is as frequent as it is casual, a social tool used to strengthen and maintain bonds."'Dolphins: The wild side' at the Internet Movie Database
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