Sexology is the scientific study of human sexuality, including human sexual interests, behaviors, and functions. The term sexology does not generally refer to the non-scientific study of sexuality, such as political science or social criticism.
“Being able to laugh at ourselves and at the comical aspect of sex will take the pressure off the whole experience.” ~ Oscar Auliq-Ice
Satyriasis (also satyromania) is the corresponding condition to nymphomania (excessive sexual desire in women) in men. It is derived from the Satyrs who in Greek mythology were drunken hyper-sexual goat-man creatures who were attendant upon Dionysus.
A nymphomaniac is denoting or characteristic of a woman with uncontrollable or excessive sexual desire.
Religions have taught that sex is bad and should be avoided under pain of sin and damnation until a commitment is made and then it is only for the purpose of creating children. These false and limiting concepts have permeated collective thinking and made natural, healthy, and pleasurable human sexuality into a source of shame, guilt, and fear.