What does Testosterone, Phytoestrogens and Oestrogen in Women do?

Men produce up to 8 times more testosterone than women, it is known as the male hormone but it plays an important role in women’s bodies too. Testosterone is a steroid hormone and comes from a group called androgens, in other words it produces male characteristics. In women ‘Testosterone’ is better known as ‘Oestrogen’, and women produce large amounts of it throughout their lives (just like men with testosterone). Continue reading

What does Testosterone in Men do? The most important Male hormone

The role of testosterone in males is essential, it effects almost every part of their body. It even plays a vital role pre-natal and determines the gender of the developing embryo. It is responsible for the development of the sex organs, the prostate gland and even the brain and in infant boys and their ‘brain masculinization’. During their adolescent years, the reason for their muscle increase, deepening of their voice, oily skin, development of their sex organs etc. is due to a surge of testosterone production. Once males have reached adulthood they will continue to produce normal levels of testosterone throughout their lives. Continue reading

Judaism’s & Buddhism’s View of Masturbation


In Orthodox Judaism the act of extracting semen in vain is, point blank, forbidden in the Midrash (an ancient commentary which is part of the Hebrew Scriptures) and Talmud (the body of the Rabbinic Judaism civil and ceremonial law, it is also traditionally known as Shas). Male masturbation is forbidden because it is seen unnecessary waste of semen and the Talmud likens this close to the act of murder. The act of discharge of semen is the (or one of) gravest sin in the Torah. As far as female masturbation goes it does not prohibit or discourage it. Although if there was something negative to say, some authorities may consider female masturbation to cause “impure thoughts”! The main reason for male masturbation carrying this severity is because it does not involve the release of the seed. Continue reading

Hinduism’s View on Masturbation

It is thought that Hinduism is the oldest living and largest religion in the world today, with around a billion followsit is a ‘family’ of mixed traditions. Its philosophyand codes of practice are that sensual pleasures are one of the four human goals in life. Unless a person has made a vow to remain celibate (full stop) Hindus are granted total freedom as far as sexuality is concerned. Kāma meaning desire, wish,affection and/or longing usually is used to refer to a sexual nature… the aesthetic enjoyment of life, however it is only acceptable in a marriage situation. In Hinduism celibacy is one of the main foundations and masturbation is most certainly one of the impediments to sexual purity especially during the four stage of stages of someone’s life in an age based social system, known as Brahmacharya. Continue reading

A few Facts & Myths of Masturbation

Masturbation the sexual stimulation of one’s own genitals to almost or to the point of climax using your fingers, everyday devices or toys which are primarily designed to facilitate human sexual stimulation.

There is absolutely nothing wrong with making love to yourself! It has many benefits too, I mean, it teaches us new things about our body and how it works, it burns calories, it is the safest sex, it acts as a natural sedative and helps us to go to sleep and it kills stress… the lists is endless. Continue reading

Female Prostrate?

Female ProstrateThe Skene’s Gland is the female counter part of the male prostate and is smaller than the male prostrate. It is situated the anterior wall of the vagina, in the vicinity of the lower end of the urethra in the general area of the vulva and has many names such as the lesser vestibular gland, paraurethral gland, periurethral gland, the U-spot or G-spot. It is about 2 to 3 inches from the entrance of the vagina. The Skene’s gland is embedded with tissue, part of which includes the clitoris, that reaches up inside the vagina and during sexual arousal it swells with blood. Continue reading

Where Are The Pelvic Floor Muscles In Men And Women

Where are the pelvic floor muscles in men?

Pelvic Floor Men

A good approach for men to help them find their pelvic floor muscle is by, when in mid flow of urination try to stop or slow down the flow, but is not really recommend that men do this particular exercise all the time, as it could interfere with the ‘normal flow’ of passing urine. Just once or twice a week is fine. Another technique to help men find it is to tighten the muscles in and around the anus, like as if you were trying to avoid passing wind. The buttocks must stay relaxed and the breathing should remain normal. There is also one last exercise that you try out, all you need is a full length mirror and to be naked from the waist down. The idea is to watch as you try to use your pelvic floor muscles to ‘lift’ the scrotum upwards slightly and to retract the penis inwards. If you achieve this the action it should be visible in the mirror. Continue reading