Human Sexual Behavior
Sexual activity (sexual function) in humans is an instinctive form of physical intimacy. It may be performed for the purposes of biological reproduction, spiritual transcendence, expressing affection, and/or for pleasure and enjoyment (known in this context as "sexual gratification"). The desire to have sex is one of the basic drives of human behaviour. Every sexually reproductive animal species, and every human culture, has a range of conduct used in courtship, intimacy, and sexual activity. Human sexual behaviour is therefore the behaviours that human beings use when seeking sexual or relational partners, gaining approval of possible partners,.
forming relationships, showing affection, and mating.
It covers at least two major areas: anthropology (common or accepted practices across different cultures), and informational (background which is useful to individuals who may be engaged in, or considering, sexual activity).
Sexual behaviour is a very broad expression. It covers both common and less common behaviours, and includes a wide range of sexual behaviours from marital relationships to sexual abuse. Although in many cases sexual behaviour is directed towards or within a relationship, this is not necessarily of the case and much sexual behaviour is not.

Sexuality and sensuality
There is no clear borderline between the sexual and nonsexual enjoyment of touching, or grabbing someone else's body. For example, holding hands may or may not have a sexual connotation, depending on culture, situation and other factors. Although the most common form of heterosexual sexual intercourse is universally regarded as sexual contact, there is a wide range of other sexual behaviors that may or may not be socially, legally, or ethically considered as sexual relations. The distinction between the sexual and the nonsexual becomes relevant in judging appropriate behavior, in either a social setting or in the eyes of the law.

Some criteria that may be applied are:

the body parts involved (see also intimate parts) 
physical signs of sexual arousal 
subjective feeling 
Enjoying touching someone else's body implies enjoying one's own body also; the latter may also happen without another person; enjoying one's own body also may or may not be of a sexual nature. If it is, it is called autoeroticism.

The whole of one's sexual activities (including erotic dreams and waking sexual fantasies and daydreams) is called one's sex life.

Sexual relationships
Opinions and norms vary about whether an emotional bond of a certain intensity and durability should be a prerequisite for sex (see also below).

Like other primates, Homo sapiens use sexuality for reproduction and for maintenance of social bonds. It is widely believed that children are capable of feeling sexual pleasure, even if they are not yet able to engage in sexual intercourse with each other, and/or are not yet biologically able to reproduce. Yet, child sexuality has historically been severely limited in western societies; in the late 19th century, the hysteria surrounding so-called "self-abuse" (masturbation) among children reached its peak and fueled the adoption of circumcision (including female circumcision) in some cultures, including some African tribes. Female circumcision has also been observed in England performed by some of the immigrants from other cultures.

Many sexual activities can be engaged in by same sex or opposite sex partners. However some, most notably vaginal sexual intercourse, can only be engaged in by partners of opposite sexes, and others (such as tribadism and frication) can only be engaged in by partners of the same sex.

Types of partnership
Sexual partners can cover many types, including:

One-night stand 
Casual relationship (friends with benefits) 
Boyfriend or girlfriend 
Marriage or other committed long term relationship 
Illicit affairs 
Secondary or side relationships 
Any of these may be explicit, or hidden, deceptive or honest, and may include fidelity or not.

It is also possible to engage in sexual activity without a partner, or (in some cases) without a knowing partner:

Sexual fantasizing 
Several paraphilias (transvestic fetishism, voyeurism, frotteurism, and so on) 

Sexual relationships
A key sexual behavior throughout the entire animal kingdom is the seeking of a sex partner. Humans are no exception to this rule. A sexual encounter can be the result of the sending signals indicating readiness for sex, and being receptive to reciprocal signals. Or, it might be the result of years of planning, through the use of cultural rituals such as courtship and marriage.

Yoga - Bdy Building - Meditation - Nutritious Food
Common methods:

Arranged partnership - other adults (often parents) choose partners. In some cultures these are suggestions, in others, they carry the force of commands. 
Personal choice - a person chooses for themselves their own partner, according to their own wishes 
Status based roles - a high status person in some cultures may choose partners backed by the force of social custom, and low status persons have little or no choice or expectation of avoiding the same. (For example, some employer-employee liaisons, and droit de seigneur) 
Mutual trade - prostitution, or "both gain" type of arrangements. 
Additionally, the pool of available and acceptable candidates may be limited, to own town, own religion, similar status, tactically advantageous (eg to cement social bonds or make peace), and so on.

The fear of Rejection
The fear of rejection is common when trying to befriend a potential partner. If the participants are both sensitive to the other's signals, then they can detect quickly whether their sexual objectives are mutual. If they discover soon enough that their objectives are at odds with one another, then a conversation can end before either one loses face, and then each person can seek others with whom to communicate. On the other hand, if the communication results in an escalating sense of intimacy for both participants, then a degree of trust is established that mitigates the fear of rejection. Important Tips....and more...

Temples of Love
Khajuraho with Gallery
Massage Techniques 
for Lovers

Free Listing 
Female models

Pattaya Beach &

Las Vegas & Casino



PARAD MALA   more....
Wearing of parad mala /bead( goli) helps in controlling various diseases like High Blood Pressure, 
Asthma and increase the Sex Power.Parad has special significance in Ayurveda too.
Parad in the form of beads is also very powerful cure of diabetes, blood pressure and heart diseases. 
The bead or rosary of parad beads shall be worn around the neck or waist

Kama Sutra
Female Orgasm
What is AIDS, HIV?
Live India
Click for L.C.Premium Cables
Live India
Copyright © 1998-2001 Live India Internet Services! All rights reserved

Legal Information
All rights reserved. No part of this publication and other sites of under liveindia.com 
may be transmitted or reproduced in any form or by any means without prior permission 
from the publisher Live India Internet Services or 
Rajesh Chopra, 
L.C.Premium Cables
1826, Amar Nath 2nd Building, Bhagirath Palace Delhi - 110006, India.
Liveindia.com or Mr.Rajesh Chopra is not responsible for any wrong information under this site,
For confirmation of any information it is recomended that you reconfirm it from your end.