Human sexual activity

human behaviour which is sexually motivated, including sexual intercourse
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Human sexual behavior refers to all the ways in which humans experience and live their sexuality. It includes acts done alone, for example masturbation, and acts done with a partner. Not all acts done with a partner are about sexual intercourse. All these acts usually result in sexual arousal. Human sexual activity can also include things done to find new partners, or to attract their attention (for example courtship).

An illustration from the Kama Sutra shows a woman on top of a man. It also shows an erect penis, which is one of the signs of arousal in men.
Mural painting in Pompeii, showing oral sex.