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Five (5)-reductase: a naturally occurring enzyme necessary for the conversion of testosterone to dihydrotestosterone, the form of the hormone that some androgen-dependent cells require for their activation.

Faggie: slang term, diminutive of fag or faggot, for a male who participates in sexual activity with another male and whose sexuoerotic status is homosexual. [Derives from faggot or bundle of wooden sticks used to burn alive those convicted of sodomy or homosexual sexual activity]GFP.

Falling in love: the personal experience and manifest expression of becoming intensely, and possibly suddenly, attached or bonded to another person. It may be reciprocal and a source of great ecstasy, or one-sided and a source of great agony. Usually it is erotosexual. See also limerence.

Fallopian tubes: the left and right tubes of the uterus that connect the uppermost part of the uterine cavity bilaterally with the ovaries. They are so positioned as to be able to transport the egg released from the ovary to the uterine cavity for implanting. They are named for the Italian anatomist Gabriello Fallopius (1523-1562). Synonym, oviducts.

Fantasy (verb, to fantasy): in imagination, a series of mental representations connected by a story line or dramatic plot that may possibly be translated into actuality. Imagery in the mind that is fictive rather than perceptual, and that tells a story in either pictures or words. A fantasy, like a dream, may be a program of expectations for the future, or a replay of past happenings, or a combination of both. See also copulation fantasy; masturbation fantasy.

Fantasize: colloquial modification of the verb, to fantasy.

Fellatio: erotic stimulation by sucking [from Latin, fellare] of the penis with the lips, mouth, tongue, and throat, by a partner of either sex, as a part of normal loveplay, and possibly inducing orgasm. stimulation of the penis by taking it into the mouth, possibly to the point of orgasm. The partner may be of either sex. Not a paraphlia, It is considered a normal part of love play.

Feminine (noun, femininity): characteristic of, or attributed to the female sex.

Fetish: 1. an object of special devotion to which mystical power may be attributed. 2. an object or charm endowed with magical or supernatural power; an object or part of the body charged, for a particular person, with special sexuoerotic power [from Latin, facticius, artificial]. See also partialism.

Fetishism: a paraphilia of the fetishistic/talismanic type in which sexuoerotic arousal and facilitation or attainment of orgasm are responsive to, and contingent on a particular talisman or fetish object, substance, or part of the body belonging to the partner. There is no technical term for the reciprocal paraphilic condition in which the fetish, for example; a uniform, must belong to the self. 2. the condition in which a person is dependent on a talisman or fetish object, substance or part of the body in order to obtain erotic arousal and facilitate or achieve orgasm. See also fetish; partialism.

Fetishistic/talismanic paraphilia: one of a group of paraphilias characterized by triumph wrested developmentally from sexuoerotic tragedy by means of a strategy that incorporates sinful lust into the lovemap on the condition that a token, fetish, or talisman be substituted for the lover, since lust irrevocably defiles saintly love.

Fetus: the unborn offspring from the end of the embryonic period of development until birth, which in the human species extends from seven or eight weeks until delivery at thirty-six weeks.

Fibroblast: a connective tissue cell.

Fictive image: an image in the mind that is not perceived through the senses, but construed in the imagination on the basis of past perceptions retrieved from memory and reconstituted. See also perceptual image.

Fisting: a vernacular term for the sexuoerotic practice of inserting the hand and forearm into the rectum or vagina, also known, respectively, as brachiorectal and brachiovaginal insertion. Also known as brachioproctic eroticism (BPE) and brachiovaginal eroticism (BVE); fist-fucking in the vernacular.

Flagellant: a person who undergoes whipping or scourging, especially as a religious penitent, or as a sexual masochist.

Follicle: a small cavity, sac, or gland, such as a hair follicle or ovarian follicle. The latter secretes hormones, estrogen and progestin, that regulate the menstrual cycle. See also graafian follicle.

Foredoomance: the inevitable consequence of living culminating in eventual degeneration, decline, disease and death; one of the five universal exegencies of being human.

Forensic: pertaining to or applied in legal proceedings.

Foreplay: the traditional term for erotosexual activity during the proceptive phase in which manual, oral, and other skin and body contact ensure erection of the penis, lubrication of the vagina, and an urgency of being ready for orgasm, usually penovaginally induced.

Formicophilia: a specialized variety of zoophilia in which sexuoerotic arousal and facilitation or attainment of orgasm are responsive to and contingent on the sensations produced by small creatures like snails, frogs, ants, or other insects creeping, crawling, or nibbling the genitalia and perianal area, and the nipples [from Latin, formica, ant + -philia]. {Is this really a zoophilia? why not a touchy-feelie fetish?}

45,X/46,XY syndrome: a chromosomal variant of Turner's (typically 45,X) syndrome evident neonatally by reason of a birth defect of the sex organs, which look hermaphroditically ambiguous. The gonads are neither ovarian nor testicular, but malformed or dysgenic [dysgenetic?] streaks. Short stature is characteristic. At the age of puberty and thereafter, sex hormone treatment is necessary. Some babies with this condition are assigned, reared, and clinically habilitated as boys, some as girls, the latter being more satisfactory.

Frigidity: in sex, the failure to become sexually aroused or passionate. Traditionally, it has been applied chiefly to women but now is considered too imprecise, unscientific and judgmental. 2 had added: and in need of subdivision, as in Table 5-4 in the text.

Frottage: see frotteurism.

Frotteur: one who has the syndrome of frotteurism.

Frotteurism: a paraphilia of the solicitational/allurative type in which sexuoerotic arousal and facilitation or attainment of orgasm are responsive to and contingent on rubbing especially the genital area against the body of a stranger in a densely packed crowd [from French, frotter, to rub]. There is no technical name for the reciprocal paraphilic condition, namely being sexuoerotically dependent on being rubbed by a stranger. Sunonym, frottage. See also toucheurism. the condition in which a person (a frotteur) is dependent on rubbing against and feeling the genital or other region of the body of a stranger, especially in a tightly packed crowd, in order to obtain erotic arousal and facilitate or achieve orgasm.

FSH (follicle-stimulating hormone): a gonadotropin secreted by the anterior lobe of the pituitary gland that stimulates sperm formation in the testis, and the formation of the graafian follicle and the secretion of estrogen from the ovary. It is produced by the pituitary gland and stimulates the formation of the ovarian follicle on the ovary and the production of estrogen. When the follicle ripens, luteinizing hormone takes over, and the progestinic phase of the menstrual cycle appears; see also LH.

Fuck (noun; verb): the Anglo-Saxon synonym for sexual intercourse, coition, or copulation (all Latin-derived). To copulate and to fuck are the only one-word verbs for mutual genital intercourse. The former is too stilted for vernacular use. The latter, being tabooed as dirty, is often replaced by euphemisms like to screw or to ball. [See also to quim; to swive GFP]

Fugue: an altered state of consciousness in which what is happening now is unrelated to, or dissociated from what had happened then, in the preceding phase of existence; as for example in the alternating manifestations of dual or multiple personality [from Latin, fuga, a flight]. A state of dissociation, which subsequently may be followed by an amnesia for events which occurred during the state of dissociation. See also multiple personality; schizophrenia.

 

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Ms. Robboy is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of The Center for Growth Inc and How To Have Good Sex Inc.  Alex practices marriage and family therapy and sex therapy, and also conducts periodic seminars about human sexuality throughout the northeastern United States.

Ms. Robboy graduated from the University of Pennsylvania where she earned a Masters degree in Social Work, a Certificate of Advanced Studies in Human Sexuality Education and a Post-Masters Certificate in Marriage Counseling & Sex Therapy. Through the American Board of Sexology, she is a board certified sexologist and through the American Association of Sex Educators Counselors and Therapists a certified sex therapist.  Additionally, she is a licensed clinical social worker and a member of the American Board of Marriage and Family Therapy.

 

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