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Sexual Dysfunction in the Obese Female after Bariatric Surgery.
Pichlerová, Dita ; Weiss, Petr (advisor) ; Svačina, Štěpán (referee) ; Pastor, Zlatko (referee)
6 Abstract Background: Obesity and associated comorbidities increase the probability of sexual disorders. We aimed to assess sexual satisfaction in obese women before and after bariatric surgery using the validated Female Sexual Function Index (FSFI) and also to assess sexual satisfaction in obese women in comparison with women of normal weight. We also compared the frequency of female sexual dysfunction (FSD) of the participants. Methods: 60 obese women 5.99 completed the questionnaire on sexual satisfaction (FSFI) before a bariatric procedure (laparoscopic adjustable gastric banding, 22 women; gastric plication, 33 women; and biliopancreatic diversion, 5 women), 6 months and 12 months after the procedure, i.e. after a significant weight reduction (final BMI of . The control group consisted of 60 women of normal weight (mean BMI of 22.2 1.9 domains, with higher scores indicating better sexual function. The FSFI total score (range 2- dicating FSD. Results: Baseline sexual function in the preoperative obese female was significantly lower than in the control group of women of normal weight (p < 0.01) in each domain. Average postoperative FSFI scores increased from preoperative levels in all domains, but significant improvement occurred only in the domain for desire (p < 0.01). The results at 6 and 12 months...
Female orgasm and its relation to autoerotic and dyadic sexual behavior
Krejčová, Lucie ; Klapilová, Kateřina (advisor) ; Weiss, Petr (referee) ; Havlíček, Jan (referee)
The thesis focuses on female orgasm and its relation to autoerotic activities and dyadic sexual behavior. The first theoretical part focuses on theories describing the function of female orgasms and factors influencing its occurrence. The second part consists of four articles published in peer-reviewed journals. The first article is a review, focusing on the development of expert opinions over time, with specific regard to female orgasms and the division between clitoral and vaginal orgasm. The second article discusses the role of general relationship and sexual satisfaction with respect to the female orgasm. The third article examined the association between first autoerotic experiences and the occurrence of vaginal orgasm. Finally, the fourth article concerned the frequency of dyadic sexual activity and its relation to vaginal orgasm. The findings within each article indicate that autoerotic and dyadic sexual activities together with general relationship and sexual satisfaction have a positive influence on the occurrence of female orgasms.
Sexually psychological factors of atractivity of men
Pokorná, Pavlína ; Weiss, Petr (advisor) ; Šulová, Lenka (referee)
The thesis deals with sexually psychological factors of what makes males attracive. The theoretical part is based on the theory of evolutionary psychology. We are interested in heterosexual women's strategy when choosing a partner. Of the factors that may affect their partner choice, we have focused on one physical attribute, the penis. The attribution of the importance of penis size depends on the individual. However, we try to find a connection between penis perception as a significant factor of what makes male attractive and other aspects, not only sexuality. For the purpose of our research, we have developed a specific questionnaire which, through a series of questions, examines the attitude towards the importance of penis size. The second part of the questionnaire is more intimate, identifyinf the relationship status, sexual experience, phase of the cycle and the use of hormonal contraception. The questionnaire was simply called "Does Size Matter?". The administration was online and we addressed women through social networks. We received responses from 276 respondents. We found several differences in penis perception as an important factor. Women who have a friend with benefits (they meet a man just for sexual satisfaction) are more likely to consider penis size more important. Women who feel...
Mindfulness and orgasmic capacity of woman
Čížková, Kateřina ; Weiss, Petr (advisor) ; Schneider Hrouzková, Alexandra (referee)
In its theoretical part, this thesis summarizes the current state of knowledge in the fields of mindfulness and female sexual function. It deals with the concept of mindfulness, its definition, history, position in current research and application in therapeutic practice. In the next chapter it addresses the female sexuality focusing on orgasm and orgasmic capacity. The last chapter deals with the link of both topics and possibilities of application of mindfulness in sexual therapy. The empirical part of this thesis consists of a quantitative research. The goal of the study is to specify a relation between the mindfulness level and orgasmic capacity of Czech women, using a short form of Five facet mindfulness questionnaire (FFMQ-15) and Female sexual function index (FSFI). Data were collected through an internet survey. There were 223 women aged 18-40 in the sample. Using Spearman correlation, a significant correlation was found between mindfulness and sexual function, mindfulness and orgasmic capacity, mindfulness and vaginal orgasmic capacity and mindfulness and satisfaction with orgasmic capacity. The results are discussed in comparison to other current research and they show both the complexity of the relation between mindfulness and orgasmic capacity and the potential of mindfulness in the...
Selected characteristics of persons engaged in sadomasochistic activities
Řezníčková, Zdeňka ; Weiss, Petr (advisor) ; Šípek, Jiří (referee)
The topic of this thesis is selected characteristics of persons engaged in sadomasochistic activities. The content of the theoretical part is the definition of sadomasochistic activities and an overview of contemporary knowledge about this topic. Research is focused on three areas - personality characteristics, satisfaction and potentially associated negative phenomena. Innovative part of this research is the way of identifying the groups. There are not only persons who are engaged in sadomasochistic activities and persons who aren't. But also persons who are engaged in this activity because of their sadomasochistic sexual variation and persons who are engaged in this activity without sadomasochistic sexual variation. The results of this thesis are the basis for further, more detailed research on this topic. Keywords: sadism, masochism, sadomasochism, consensual sadomasochism, BDSM, sexual deviation
Masturbation Activities and Fantasies of Czech Citizens
Tichotová, Lenka ; Weiss, Petr (advisor) ; Trojan, Ondřej (referee) ; Šípek, Jiří (referee)
Purpose: The objective of the submitted work is to map the up till now less examined area of masturbation behaviour and masturbation fantasies of Czech population. Another objective is to examine relations between certain aspects of masturbation and sexual behaviour in general. Methods: The data was collected through two questionnaires designed for this purpose. The questionnaires were posted on the internet; links to these web pages were spread by e-mails, social networks and links on other web pages. Data was processed in Excel programme and statistical programme SPSS. Research sample consisted of 1339 women and 1186 men, who completed the whole questionnaire. Results: 94.1% of women and 99,7% of men have an experience with masturbation. The average age of the first masturbation is 13 years for women and less than 12 year for men. Men began with masturbation by the age of 25 at the latest, while for women the age of their first experience with onanism ranged between their birth till the age of 60. Masturbation frequency is higher for men than for women and the difference is statistically significant. Masturbation frequency for both sexes negatively correlates with age, meaning that older research participants masturbate less than the younger ones. Both women and men reach orgasm easier through...
Sexuality of Marihuana Users
Schneider Hrouzková, Alexandra ; Weiss, Petr (advisor) ; Niederlová, Markéta (referee) ; Miovský, Michal (referee)
Objectives: As part of the research issue, we tracked six sub-objectives of the research. The first objective of the research was to describe the sexual behavior of marihuana users in selected areas of sexuality based on data obtained from the questionnaire survey. The presented research was aimed at heterosexual men who regularly use marihuana at a frequency of once a week to daily. The second objective was to find a link between the frequency of marihuana use and selected areas of sexuality. The third objective of our work was to find a link between the length of marihuana use and selected areas of sexuality. The fourth objective of the research was to find a link between the influence of the use of other psychoactive substances on marihuana users in selected areas of sexuality. The fifth objective of our work was to find out the links between tobacco use in a marihuana user group and selected areas of sexuality. The sixth objective was to find a link between the use of marihuana and erectile function, respectively dysfunctions, according to The International Index of Erectile Function (IIEF-5). Methods: For research purposes, we chose a quantitative type of study. The sample comprised 392 respondents, regular heterosexual marihuana users using marihuana at least once a week. A non-standardized...
Asexuality - identification and sexuality
Krejčová, Alžběta ; Weiss, Petr (advisor) ; Loneková, Katarína (referee)
The purpose of this thesis and its research is to cover the asexual community in terms of identification and characteristics of sexual life. In theoretical part the groups Gray-A, demisexual and aromantic are described. It compares the approaches of asexuality as a disorder and as a sexual orientation. It discusses asexuality and relationships, celibacy or physical contact. The research gathered data about group prevalence, self-identification, sexual preferencies - real as well as ideal, masturbation and pornography. The research sample accounted for 160 respondets from the AVEN forum. The online questionnaire was prepared especially for this thesis. The data are presented as whole as well as divided into two age groups - the younger (18-23) and older (24-59) group. The significant difference was found in these areas: usage of sex toys/objects of sexual pleasure, number of sexual partners, relationship status and the age of first sexual intercourse. Theoretical part - in concordancy with research - shows, that a portion of asexuals: has relationships, uses pornography and sexual toys, is romantic and experiences various types of sex.

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