Fe'au'aki / Sex

Fe’auaki

 

Neongo ‘oku kehekehe ‘a e ‘usia ‘a e taha kotoa, ko e ngaahi me’a ‘eni ‘oku fa’a hoko he taimi ‘o e fe’auaki.

 

  • Ko e ta ‘o e mafu mo ‘ete manava ‘oku toe vave ‘ange ‘ene ngaue.
  • Koe kakai tangata 'oku fefeka ‘a e fakatangata tupu mei he lele ‘a e toto ki ai. ‘I he taimi ko ‘eni (kimu’a ‘eni pea toki puna pe ko e ‘alu ‘a e huhu’a mo’ui  ki tu’a), ‘oku ‘I ai ‘a e ki’I huhu’a mo’ui si’isi’I pe ‘oku hu ki tu’a. Ko e huhu’a mo’ui ko ‘eni ‘oku ‘I ai ‘a e fuamo’ui ai, pea ‘e malava pe ke feitama ha fefine, ko e me’a tatau pe ‘oku hoko kiate kinatuolu. Ko e ta ‘a e mafu ‘oku vave ‘aupito pehe foki ki he manava. Pea lele ‘a e toto ki he kilitolisi pea ‘oku toe lanu kulokula ‘ange ia. Ko e halangatama ‘oku viviku tupu mei he huhu’a mei he fakafefine.
  • Kakai fefine tokolahi ‘oku malava ke nau a’u pe  puna tu’olahi. ‘I he taimi ‘oku kei si’I ai ‘a e tamaiki tangata ‘oku faingofua pe ke nau puna tu’o lahi pe ko 'enau tukuange mai e  huhu’a mo’ui ‘I he vaha’a taimi nounou. Kaikehe, ‘I he tami ‘oku nau matu’otu’a ai, ‘oku fa’a fuoloa ‘ange hono feinga’I ke fefeka ‘e fakatangata mo taimi ‘oku puna ai.
  • Kapau ‘e puna tu’o lahi ‘a e huhu’a mo’ui. Tau pehe pe na’e fai tu’o tolu, pea ko ‘ene puna tu’o ua pe tolu ‘e si’isi’I ange ‘a e huhu’a mo’ui ‘oku ‘alu ki tu’a ‘I he tami na’e ‘ulu’aki puna ai. ‘A ia ko e lahi ange ‘a e huhu’a mo’ui ‘oku puna ko e si’isi’I ai pe ‘a e huhu’a mo’ui ‘oku ‘alu ki tu’a. Neongo ia, ko e huhu’a mo’ui ‘o e kakai tangata ‘oku ‘ika ke ‘osi kotoa. Ko e ki’I konga si’I pe ‘e ‘alu ki tu’a he taimi ‘oku puna ai.

 

Feitama:

 

‘I he tami ‘oku lolotonga fai ‘ai ‘a e fe’auaki, ‘oku hu ‘ae e fakatangata ki loto he fakafefine. Ko e koe uoua ‘I he loto fakafefine ‘oku ma’u (tight) pea ‘oku ne hanga ‘e ia ‘o femamiliaki ‘a e fakatangata (stimulate) ‘o tupu ‘ai ‘ene puna ‘o ha’u ‘a e hunu’a mo’ui ki tu’a (fakataha moe fua mo’ui) ki he loto’I fakafefine. ‘Oku kakau leva ‘a e fua mo’ui ‘I he huhua’I fakafefine ki he taunga fanau, ‘a ia ‘oku fa’a faingata’a tupu mei he au (current) ‘oku fakatupu ia ‘I he holisi pe tafatafa’aki ‘o e fakafefine. Neongo ko e fua mo’ui ‘e 200-500 miliona ‘oku hu ki tu’a ‘oku mahalo ke 250 ‘e a’u ki he fo’imoa. Ko e lava pe ha fo’i fuamo’ui ‘e 1 ‘o hu ki loto ki he fo’imoa, ‘e tupu leva ‘a e me’a ia ai ‘o takataka’I ‘aki ‘a e fo’I fua mo’ui ko ‘eni moe fo’I fua mo’ui pea ‘ikai toe lava ha fua mo’ui ia ‘o hu ki loto.

 


Sex

 

Although everyone has different experiences, these are some of the things that general occur when people have sex.

 

  • Heart rate and breathing increase.
  • In men, blood flows to the penis, which becomes erect. At this time (before orgasm and ejaculation) a small amount of semen comes out. This semen contains sperm and can impregnate the woman if it enters the vagina. In women, blood rushes to the clitoris and the nipples, causing both to become redder in color. The vagina becomes moist from vaginal fluids. 
  • If stimulation continues, orgasm may occur, causing muscles in and around the groin area (including muscles in the penis and muscles in the walls of the vagina) to contract. These contractions force semen out of the penis, which is called ejaculation. 
  • Many women can have several successive orgasms. When men are younger, they can often easily orgasm more than once in a short period of time. However, as they get older, it usually takes longer for successive erections and orgasms to occur. 
  • If men have more than one orgasm, less and less semen will be ejaculated each time. However, a man’s semen and sperm is never completely used up. At least a tiny amount will be ejaculated during orgasm.

 

Conception

 

During intercourse, the penis enters into the vagina. The muscles in the vagina are tight and stimulate the penis. Ejaculation occurs, and semen (along with sperm) is released into the vagina. The sperm swim through the vaginal fluids to the uterus, which can often be very difficult because they are swimming against a current created by the cilia lining the walls of the vagina. Usually, of the 2000-500 million sperm ejaculated, only about 250 reach the egg. Once one sperm breaks through the barrier surrounding the egg and then fuses with the egg, a new chemical barrier is formed around them both and no other sperm can enter. 





This page copied from the Sino Lelei, 'Atamai Lelei, Mo'ui Lelei Health Education Manual  edited by Jessica Kyriakakis and Molly Loomis, pp.92-93