The Sexual response cycle refers to the four-stage model of sexual arousal proposed by William Masters and Virginia Johnson. William Masters and Virginia Johnson, prominent sex researchers and

therapists, suggested that there are four (4) identifiable phases in the sex response cycle:

(see Sexual response)

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