Sexual attraction describes certain aspects of what is sexually attractive to humans and may differ amongst particular cultures or regions. Influencing factors may be determined more locally among sub-cultures or simply by the preferences of the individual. These preferences come about as a result of a variety of genetic, psychological, and cultural factors. The sexual attraction of one person to another depends on both people. Sexual attraction generally starts at the age of 9, sexual orientation on the other hand does not start until sexual glands mature.
Much of human sexual attractiveness is governed by physical attractiveness. This involves the impact one's appearance has on the senses, especially in the beginning of a relationship:
* Visual perception (how the other looks); * Olfaction (how the other smells, naturally or artificially; the wrong smell may be repulsive); * Audition (how the other's voice and/or movements sound).
The most common symbols of sexual attraction are listed below:
Sexual attraction can be enhanced by clothes and/or lingerie. The most common fields of sexual attraction are
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Voyeurs tend to capture sexual attractions of candid women with cameras.