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 penetration. Lerner and Laurence Steinberg state that researchers also "rarely disclose" how they conceptualize sex "or even whether they resolved potential discrepancies" in conceptualizations of sex. While most consider penile—vaginal intercourse to be sex, whether or not anal or oral intercourse is considered sex is more debatable, with oral sex ranking lowest. Human mating strategies and Pair bond Copulation ranges from a purely reproductive activity to one of emotional bonding. For example, sexual intercourse and sexual activity in general often play a strong role in human bonding. One possible reason for this distinct biological feature may be formation of strong emotional bonds between sexual partners important for social interactions and, in the case of humans, long-term partnership rather than immediate sexual reproduction.
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First, it should be noted that no medical studies have been done on the efficacy of vagina steaming, which makes all evidence for these claims anecdotal at best. Second, it should be noted that many of the healing effects claimed to be the result of vagina steaming are within the bounds of a regression to the mean , where the ailment was likely to go away even without vagina steaming. Whether a regression to the mean occurred is impossible to tell without comparison to a placebo in a controlled trial, of which none have occurred. Adds good plants to the vagina[ edit ] A woman sitting on a bucket, which appears to contain leaves raked in from the yard. When practitioners add plants to boiling water and let it steam, it is improbable that any significant amount of the plant rises with the steam, much less enters the vagina, the bloodstream, or the skin.
I healed, and when I had another child five years later, I tore in the same place. My midwives sewed me up and told me everything looked fine, but I noticed certain changes: Constipation became a painful and humiliating constant. I leaked urine when I sneezed no matter how many kegels I did. And it felt like the physical angle of everything having to do with evacuation and intercourse had somehow shifted after childbirth in new and uncomfortable ways.