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The Mystery of How Your Brain Processes Sexual Touch

From that first sensuous caress, your hormones are in overdrive to keep the good times rolling.
Intertwined hands with a green filter form the shape of a labeled brain on a purple background.
Illustration by Randi Dofat

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