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Sexual Fantasies, am I a creep?

Most of us never stop to wonder about how we were sexually socialized. We all grew up with subtle messages about sex and sexuality that we take for granted if we are even aware we have them.

Unfortunately, too many of us have internalized messages about sex being bad, dirty, naughty or if you like it that says something negative about your moral character, like you are a slut or a whore. Too many of us have been the victims of negative sexual events, rape, sexual abuse, assault, sexual harassment and painful sexual experiences to name a few.

Many people struggle with severe guilt about their sexual fantasies. The truth is most of us have woefully little control over what turns us on. Millions of women have sexual fantasies about being placed in a coercive sexual situation, yet none of them would enjoy that situation if that actually occurred. The secret is to accept the content of your sexual fantasies and understand it is just that, a fantasy. Most fantasies were never meant to be played out or mean you are deprived in any way. Some sex authorities say your sexual fantasies are always politically incorrect.

There are 2 essential mechanisms that need to occur for us to get sexually stimulated. Your parasympathetic nervous system needs to kicks in you for you to become relaxed and your sympathetic nervous system gets revved up for sexual stimulation. If you experience any “real” danger or threat those physical mechanics can’t happen and therefore enjoyment of the sexual act is a forgone conclusion.

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Newer medical sexual enhancements

As our bodies age we may experience some age related changes such as loss of sexual sensitivity. This may lead to significant more difficulties with orgasm and arousal. For women it can lead to loss of ability to orgasm with intercourse and for men it can lead to erectile difficulties and delayed orgasms. Modern medicine has come up with several ways to combat this loss and to restore our bodies back to sexual sensitivity peaks.
First off is Hormonal Replacement Treatment (HRT). You make an appointment with a Hormone Specialist such as Dr. Carrozzella, go for a blood test and get a complete personalized evaluation and a recommendation for your specific needs.
Then there are more advanced techniques such as o-shots (orgasm) and p-shots (penis). Those are outpatient procedures that take about an hour (mostly for numbing creams to take full effects). Blood is extracted from you and after centrifugation and condensing your own platelets (PRP) and stem cells, are injected back into targeted areas on the clitoris/vulva/penis.
Thirdly worth mentioning is the Gainswave treatment. A new treatment for erectile dysfunction that is comprised of sounds waves being directed at the penis. The sound waves break down the accumulated plague inside the blood veins of the penis leading to better circulation and erections. This technology has not yet been approved for women but it is expected to be developed in the near future.