Human sexuality

Written by: Ana-Maria Lee


Human sexuality is the way people feel and express themselves sexually. Human sexuality encompasses how people feel and express themselves sexually. It includes biological, sensory, physical, emotional, social, or spiritual emotions and behaviors. Since it is a broad term that has changed over time depending on the historical context, there is no precise definition. The biological and physical aspects of sexuality are often associated with a person's reproductive functions, including the person's sexual response cycle. A person's sexual orientation is a pattern of sexual

interest of the opposite sex or the same sex. The physical and emotional aspects of sexuality include connections between people who express strong emotions or who physically express love, trust, and

care. Social factors refer to the influence of human society on a person's sexuality, while spirituality maintains a person's spiritual relationship with others. Sexuality influences the cultural, political, legal, philosophical, moral, moral, and religious aspects of life. Sexual orientation is discussed as Pride Month approaches. Although a person's sexuality is personal and belongs to none other than whom it really belongs to. Cisgender heterosexual people do not understand that people who are part of the LGBTQ + community do not own it, explain their sexual orientation, or whom they identify. This is important not just during Pride month, but all year round.

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