However, data are available that describe the common anatomic and physiologic changes associated with sexual stimulation.
Masters and Johnson were the first to report the four phases of sexual response: namely, excitement, plateau, orgasm, and resolution.
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Unfortunately, the dude only managed to finish 24 tales before he suffered an insurmountable and permanent state of writer's block commonly known as death."A Fandom's worst nightmare: A creator dies before completing their work, leaving it orphaned.“A Cultural History of Sexualities.” Brokaw-Mc Dougal House, Tallahassee, July, 2012.“The Pleasure Revolution.” Society for the Scientific Study Sexuality. “A Walking Tour Through the Genitals” and “The Case of the Missing Clitoris: An Anatomical Detective Story.” California State University at Pamona, 2011.In addition, during the excitement phase, extragenital responses include nipple erection, skin flush over the abdomen and breast, tachycardia, increased blood pressure, clitoral enlargement, and vaginal vault expansion.To mark the ending of the excitement phase, the labia majora and minora become fuller owing to vasocongestion, and there is an increase in voluntary and involuntary muscle tension as well as an increase in rectal sphincter contractions.“The Sexual Body: A Freshman Course in Sexuality.” GEXcel (European Union) Conference on Sexuality Education, Linköping, Sweden, November, 2009. Podium Session,” World Congress of Sexual Health, Goteberg, Sweden, June 25, 2009.