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trouver quelques gouttes, et non une inondation, d’une substance blanchâtre un peu collante, c’est le sperme
c’est un signe de maturité sexuelle
tes organes de reproduction se sont mis à fonctionner, c’est un signal physique comparable aux règles des filles
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moins intense, voire absent. parfois et c’est normal
certains hommes disent pouvoir jouir sans éjaculer
c’est un liquide sécrété par les glandes de cowper qui sert de lubrifiant à la pénétration et nettoie le canal urinaire de l’acidité de l’urine
c’est ce qui permet aux spermatozoïdes de rester en forme lorsqu’ils passeront par-là ! il rockerect preis
joue aussi un rôle de lubrifiant pour permettre. au gland du pénis une pénétration facile et sans douleur pour les deux partenaires, tout comme la lubrification vaginale
attention, cette première goutte contient déjà des spermatozoïdes bien vigoureux qui sont capables, même sans éjaculation, ni pénétration, et même si la jeune fille est vierge, de remonter dans le vagin et de mener à une grossesse
il suffit qu’elle soit déposée près de l’ouverture du vagin
alors le préservatif s’impose

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practice (van anders et al
we conducted analyses of variance (anovas) and analyses of covariance (ancovas) to investigate the effects of condition on t%, with covariates as indicated below
when there were significant effects, we conducted post hoc analyses using lsd tests
to capture changes in affect and arousal, we administered the aas at three different time points and conducted correlations using time 2 minus time 1 and time 3 minus time 1; we used both because it was unclear whether changes at time 2 (immediately post-manipulation) or time 3 (at hormone sampling) would be more strongly implicated
we were interested in whether changes in affect and arousal were similar or different between the three conditions
to test this, we conducted an a multivariate anova with condition as the independent variable and absolute change scores of the aas subscales as the dependent variables
in order to examine whether changes in t were correlated with changes in affect and arousal, we conducted pearson correlations between t% and absolute changes in subscales of the aas within the two experimental conditions
participants spent an average of 27
83 s reading and imagining the situations (sd = 15
30), with no significant differences between conditions, f(2,165) = 0
we excluded outliers (more than 3 sds from the mean or a visual outlier) from analyses involving hormones
there were two outliers for t1, one for t2 (who was also an outlier for t1), and nine for t%
due to procedural interruptions, two participants were not able to provide saliva samples, and therefore do not have hormone data available for analysis
possible confound variables for t include age, time of day, bmi, and nicotine use (for a review, see van anders et al
however, we found that none of these were meaningful or significant covariates with t for men or women
mean percent change in testosterone in women by condition, with standard error bars, controlling for past partner infidelity and neuroticism
“**” signifies a significant difference at p 
because women’s t increased in the flirting but not the kissing condition, we examined whether changes in affect differed between the three conditions
there was an overall difference, and post hoc tests revealed that, compared to women in the neutral and flirting conditions, those in the kissing condition experienced significantly more hurt feelings, more shame, more autonomic arousal, and less positive affect throughout the course of the experimental manipulation, all ps 
mean percent change in testosterone in men by condition, with standard error bars
men in the flirting condition experienced a significantly larger decrease in intimacy than men in the kissing condition, t(41) = 2
043, and there was a trend for men in the kissing condition to experience a larger increase in hostility than men in the flirting condition, t(41) = =1
there were no other significant changes on the aas
we conducted correlations between t and aas scores separately for the flirting and kissing conditions, given that they differentially affected t
for women in the flirting condition, t% was significantly positively correlated with the absolute change in intimacy from time 1 to time 2, partial r(23) = 
029, and from time 1 to time 3, partial r(23) = 
in contrast, t% and intimacy were not significantly correlated in the kissing condition from time 1 to time 2, partial r(26) = 
523, or from time 1 to time 3, partial r(26) = 
since t% was not significantly correlated with any other subscales of the aas, it is possible that the correlations with intimacy arose due to type i error
for men in the flirting and kissing conditions, t% was not significantly correlated with any subscales of the aas
for all correlations, we attempted to control for variables that might affect hormones including age, bmi, and nicotine use, but this did not change the pattern of effects
we also controlled for variables that served as covariates in prior analyses, but doing so did not change the pattern of results
in this experiment, we examined the effects of jealousy-provoking situations on testosterone (t)
to do so, we used a version of the isse (goldey and van anders 2011 ), where participants imagined themselves in one of three situations involving their partner, two of which were intended to elicit jealousy and one of which was a control
in women, results partially supported our first hypothesis: flirting significantly increased t compared to the neutral condition
results did not support our second hypothesis: kissing did not increase t more than flirting did and, moreover, it did not significantly increase t at all relative to the neutral condition
we found that neuroticism, which has been linked to jealousy in the past (dijkstra and barelds 2008 ; melamed 1991 ), was a significant covariate in effects of jealousy on t
past partner infidelity was also a meaningful covariate, which was not surprising given that prior infidelity experiences could impact the way individuals experience jealousy and trust (buunk 1995 ; confer and cloud 2011 )
our research thus showed that imagining one’s partner flirting with an attractive person increases t in women, and that neuroticism and partner infidelity help to clarify this effect
in contrast to the findings with women, we found no significant effects of jealousy on t in men, which mirrors past research showing sexual modulation of t in women but not men (van anders 2013 )
why did flirting but not kissing change t in women? one possibility is that extradyadic flirting leads an individual to believe that a rival is threatening the relationship
threats to relationships could be conceptualized as ‘competitive,’ which involve acquiring or defending ‘resources’ including partners, as per the steroid/peptide theory of social bonds (s/p theory; van anders and goldey 2012 )
competitive contexts have been empirically shown and theorized to increase t (carre and mccormick 2008 ; hirschenhauser and oliveira 2006 ; mehta et al
2009 ; van anders and watson 2006 ; wingfield et al
flirting might thus cue a competitive androgen response
in contrast, finding one’s partner kissing another person might be more akin to a defeat, where a rival has already ‘won
’ in such a case, the individual may respond as though they have lost a competition, with a decrease in t relative to the change in t elicited from the challenge condition (i
, one may see a decrease in t, an ameliorated increase in t, or a lack of increase in t; e
, van anders and watson 2006 )
we found that the kissing condition elicited stronger negative emotions than the neutral and flirting conditions, which might help to explain why t responses differed

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