A husband, who cited denial of sex as one of the grounds for seeking divorce, has been granted separation by the Delhi High Court.
Justice Kailash Gambhir took note of the fact that the wife left the husband in 2005 and "did not return to fulfill any of her matrimonial obligations" while allowing a decree for separation filed by the husband Rampal (name changed).
"Had there been any intention of the wife to resume cohabitation with the husband then at least she would have come forward to contest the divorce petition... her conduct gives sufficient grounds to construe the necessary intention on her part to bring cohabitation permanently to an end," Justice Gambhir observed in his order.
Rampal, through his lawyer Prabhjit Jauhar, had appealed against the decision of a lower court to decline a divorce decree to him, despite his claim that refusal of sex by his wife amounted to mental cruelty.
In his plea to HC, the husband narrated how marriage between the couple was solemnized in 1990 but no child was born out of the wedlock. He alleged that his wife was cruel to him from the very beginning and didn't fulfill her matrimonial obligations by refusing to have sex with him. Moreover, he pointed out in his plea that his wife deserted him in 2005 and never returned. This made Rampal seek divorce on the grounds of cruelty and desertion, which was however dismissed by the lower court.
It was also brought to the attention of the HC that the feuding couple had initially agreed to seek divorce by mutual consent, which was duly signed by the wife but then she refused to appear before the court to pursue the proceedings. Later, in a similar manner the wife also ignored divorce proceedings in HC, choosing not to state her version of events.
In spite of the common believe erotic photographs evoke different reactions for men and women, Center of Behavioral Neuroscience (CBN) study says. Women show more interest and pay more attention to sexual acts and men focus on faces.
Women and men were tested on visual response to erotic photographs that depicted sexual act to make clear the nature of sexual urges and their influence on health. The tests were made using eye-tracking technology that show the visual focus on various body parts.
It was supposed that typical response to sexual stimuli would be women looking at faces and men looking at genitals. However, the results were rather unexpected, in fact they were quite the opposite. Women were more attracted at sexual acts first and men would pay their attention at faces.
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Previous study, published in Hormones and Behavior magazine, researchers concluded that sexual stimuli outlines gender differences, particularly for brain activity of men and women.
Presumably women who took hormonal pills were more often focused on genitals and those who took no pills paid their attention to the context of the picture.
Although it is known that men would more readily respond to visual stimulation, their concentration is initially less sexually oriented.
Researches suggest, that key to the findings may lie in peculiarities of brain activities in certain sections.
From one of the fMRI (Functional magnetic resonance imaging) studies, conducted by Dr. Hamann and Wallen, where amygdalia brain section was examined, gender differences were prominently seen.
Men showed increased brain activity in amygdalia viewing sexual stimuli.
As amygdalia is known to deal with our emotions, there can be a link between this part of the brain and men's reaction to faces.