What are the sexual cultural differences between different regions? In fact, with the development of society, people’s ideas have become relatively open. People are not as shy and obscure as they used to be about sexual health, so many people are also interested in some cultural differences in sexual intercourse, so here are some interesting cultural differences for you.
Manga of Polynesia.
Mangaya boys and girls accepted sex very early. They began masturbating between the ages of 7 and 10, and sexual intercourse around the age of 14. Everyone has a lot of sexual experience before marriage, and sexual life after marriage is still very active. Sexual intercourse, like eating, is a common and indispensable thing in life. Sexual intercourse can freely adopt various prelude methods, including oral sex, dirty words, music, nudity and so on, in order to enhance interest. Women are psychologically and physically active in sexual intercourse. Women usually have multiple orgasms, which is a sign of successful sexual intercourse. Local people believe that lack of sexual intercourse can damage women’s health. Pregnancy can’t prevent Mangayas from having sex until the pain of the fetus occurs. After the birth of a child, the sexual bond between mother and father has been further strengthened. We are used to thinking that sexual intercourse is the result of love. Mangayas have different ideas. They start with sexual intercourse and hope that sexual relations can develop into love. It can be said that sexual intercourse is the beginning of love, through sexual intercourse can meet some people, in which one may become her lover.
The Ennisbigs on the Irish Isles
According to John Senmajor, there is a repressive attitude towards sex and a hatred of nudity to such an extent that a man is ashamed of being barefoot in public. Postmarital sexual relations are the only recognized form of sexual intercourse. They believe that sexual intercourse can damage the body of both men and women, but in order to have offspring, women have to endure it and men have to take risks to accomplish this task. Sexual intercourse always begins with the husband. Before having sex, you can only touch a woman’s buttocks and not her pudenda. Sexual intercourse can only take man’s upper position, and underwear can’t be taken off. It is doubtful whether women can achieve orgasm in a depressed atmosphere. The Manu people of New Guinea also belong to this type. They believe that sexual intercourse between husband and wife is criminal and cheap, so it can only be done in very secret. Women are particularly opposed to sexual intercourse, only to have to endure it occasionally in order to have children. Extra-marital sexual intercourse is one of the worst crimes and will be punished by God. Manu women keep their menstruation secret, so many men deny that their wives have menstruation. Or if the husband knows about menstruation, he should keep it secret with his wife.
Guxi Islanders of Kenya, Africa
In most cultures, sexual intercourse is an attitude of cooperation and coordination, with the aim of pursuing a sexual enjoyment together. Guxi Islanders show a clear confrontation in sexual intercourse, and must be accompanied by painful forms. Women have to resist during sexual intercourse, even if he is her husbands. Men have to subdue women’s resistance and cause her pain during sexual intercourse. Women abuse men and obstruct normal sexual intercourse when they are in pain. This sexual pattern was instilled repeatedly in youth, such as when a young man lived in seclusion and underwent circumcision, his genital foreskin was partially cut off and it was very painful. Girls are conventionally taken to the hermits to dance naked, and the hermits suffer double pain when their bloody genitals have to be erected.
In different countries, there are also different understandings and concepts about sex. So when we learn more about these common sense of both sexes, we will have a more comprehensive understanding of these sexual cultures, so that we can have the most healthy and positive understanding of sex.