Sex hormones are a set of hormones in the body that are secreted by the glands in the genitals, along with other glands and hormones such as sex hormones androgens, estrogens and sex dehydrogenase. It is not known whether sex hormones in a person's body affect the way the body works or the way a person will respond to medications or sex therapy. Some of these hormones and other hormones may work, or may not work, in different ways in different people. There is no single answer that will make all women happy and all men happy.
It is important to remember that sex hormones in a woman's body can make her have sex, but it is possible that these hormones may not help her during intercourse, or may even make intercourse more painful than intercourse with a non-hormone-treated person. For some people, sex may feel better than with a hormone-treated person. For others, it may be painful. There is a reason for this. In general, a person with sex hormones may experience a different level of sensitivity and sensitivity to stimulation from a penis during intercourse compared to someone who is not taking these hormones. The same goes for women.