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Defecation and urination-Association with sex

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Defecation and urination-Association with sex
A taboo subject

In the male, the penis is the organ that serves both functions-sex and urination and in the female, the vagina and its proximity to the urethra within the labial folds leads to the same association with sex. Because the act of Elimination or defecation and sex are linked, the subject is Taboo. We may not talk about it. We avoid discussing this subject due to deeply ingrained cultural views.

We avoid handling the genitals in public.
We try to conceal the genitals from view.
We try not to urinate noisily.
We try not to make a noise when opening the bowel or defecating.
We try not to fart in public or are embarrassed if this happens accidentally.

These are all normal, natural bodily functions that cannot be avoided. What is so obnoxious about them that we try to mask the activity and not discuss the problems associated with the subject?

 

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