Everything you need to know about nymphomaniac
Every man dreams to meet a nymphomaniac at least once
The term “nymphomania” applies only to women; similar symptoms for men are called “satiriasis” and are occur less frequently. (Just don’t show this article to your girlfriend and keep saying that your need in sex prescribed by doctors)
The term "wandering womb", often referring to nymphomania, appeared because of the ancient Greek philosopher Plato, who believed that the uterus is a kind of creature sitting in the body of a woman and responsible for childbearing. When conception does not occur for a long time, the creature begins to rush over the body of a woman and can cause all sorts of disorders. Plato thought that to return the uterus in its place, you need to lure her by attaching the incense to the female vagina.
Doctors of the Victorian era believed that greasy food romantic novels and tight clothes could lead a woman to nymphomania. All this excites the overly sensitive female receptors. Some scientific scientists of that era proposed to ban women from looking in the mirror.
There are some reasonable grounds about the clothes. Indeed, it can cause blood flow to the pelvic organs and provide sexual arousal.
Phrenologists of the XIX century believed that the tendency to nymphomania could be determined by the shape of the skull. Although, later it was proved that the shape of the skull does not affect the shape of the brain.
In the XIX century, women were considered nymphomaniac if they experiencing sexual desire more than once a day; fantasizing about sex; or have a desire for more than one partner.
The term “nymphomania” is no longer used in medicine because there is no clear definition of what can be considered as such and by what criteria should nymphomania be separated from hypersexuality for example. Today the terms “compulsive behavior” and “sexual addiction” are using. According to statistics, 3% of all women are suffering from it.
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