Sexual Motivation

Sexual Motivation, or sexual desire, is the normal human interest in sexual objects and activities. This drive, referred to by Sigmund Freud as libido, is an aspect of an individual's sexuality and varies considerably between individuals and under various circumstances. Sexual motivation can be stimulated by both internal and external cues and relies heavily on imagination and visual stimulation. Research also shows that sexual desire exists on a spectrum that includes and ranges across aversion, disinclination, indifference, interest, need, and passion.

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