There is no need for this website to include much about the basic physiology of male and female sexuality. About that, the internet provides a multitude of perfectly adequate descriptions of the basic physiology of sexual relations.

  What is lacking in internet discussions of sex today is more insight into the connection between the physiology and the psychology of sexuality, which is even more complicated than most people think it is. 

  For example, what exactly is "sexual pleasure"?  It is certainly something physical.  But I think it is certainly something pyschological as well.  Not just something that happens in our bodies, but something that happens in our minds and souls too.