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When people talk about sexual arousal, they frequently say they are "turned on," "revved up," or "hot." Each phrase likens sexual arousal to an energy system, and as a starting point, this comparison is useful. From a scientific perspective, sexual arousal can be denned as a state of activation of a complex system of reflexes involving the sex organs and the nervous system. The brain itself, the controlling part of the nervous system, operates with electrical and chemical impulses "wired" to the rest of the body through the spinal cord and peripheral nerves. Signals from other parts of the body (like the skin, genitals, breasts) are integrated and focused in the brain, for without sexual thoughts, feelings, or images, sexual response is fragmentary and incomplete. At times, sexual arousal may be largely a cerebral event Ч that is, a person may be aroused while no visible physical changes are occurring elsewhere in the body. On other occasions, genital sensations can be so intense that they block out awareness of almost everything else.
Sexual arousal can occur under a wide variety of circumstances. It may be the result of voluntary actions such as kissing, hugging, reading a sexy book, or going to an erotic movie. Sexual arousal can also be unexpected, unwanted, or even alarming. Consider, for instance, the following situations: (1) a twelve-year-old boy gets an erection while taking a shower in a crowded all-male locker room at school; (2) a female college student who is an ardent feminist becomes sexually aroused while watching a rape scene in a movie; (3) a female medical student is sexually excited when she examines an elderly male patient; (4) a male lawyer is sexually aroused by discussions with a female client who hires him to help her obtain a divorce. These people may be embarrassed or uncomfortable temporarily, but unexpected sexual arousal is normal and happens to most of us occasionally.
The sources of sexual arousal are also varied. The process of getting "turned on" may be triggered by direct physical contact such as a touch or a kiss, or may be activated by a verbal invitation ("let's make love"), a nonverbal message ("body language"), or a visual cue (such as nudity or a particular clothing style). It may also spring from fantasies or the most everyday occurrences Ч clothing rubbing against the genitals, the rhythm of a moving vehicle, or taking a bath or shower. Sexual arousal occurs in all age groups, from infants to the elderly, and it occurs when we are asleep as well as when we are awake. Men have about a half dozen erections during a night's sleep (the erections usually last five to ten minutes), and women have similar episodes of vaginal lubrication during sleep. These reflex responses occur automatically and are not controlled by the specific content of dreams.