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Old 01-21-2013, 11:00 AM
Tonberry Tonberry is offline
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Yes, I too have read studies in which they compared physical "arousal" effects (such as in the genitals) to the brain, and noticed that generally, if the person said they were not attracted to something, then it was reflected in their brain in different areas, even when their genitals were "ready" for sex. It could happen to men, as well, they could have an erection without being actually aroused intellectually.

It is also absolutely true that the female body can protect from rape by lubricating, etc when the person is rape, no matter how horrifying it is and how much they're unwilling. It can also happen in clinical contexts, such as at the gynecologist, even if the person has no medical fetish and is absolutely not aroused.
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