Secondary sexual dysfunction stems from symptoms that do not directly involve nervous pathways to the genital system, such as bladder and bowel problems, fatigue, spasticity, muscle weakness, body or hand tremors, impairments in attention and concentration, and non-genital sensory changes.
Tertiary sexual dysfunction is the result of disability-related psychosocial and cultural issues that can interfere with one’s sexual feelings and experiences.
Dr Shamsuri worked with IPS on the Study of the Chinese, Malay and Tamil Blogospheres in Singapore.
By Shamsuri Juhari The Institute of Policy Studies recently published the full report of its study of the Chinese, Malay and Tamil Blogospheres in Singapore. While the research was basically exploratory in nature — and not a comprehensive record of all non-English blogs — I have nevertheless come to certain conclusions about the state of the minority Malay community in the country and their facility with the Malay language. A blasé and colloquial literary style Collated statistics, as reflected in the report, indicate that only one-third of Malay-language bloggers choose to write in pure and formal Malay.
Men may experience difficulty achieving or maintaining an erection and a decrease in or loss of ejaculatory force or frequency.
This, however, starkly contrasts with the blogs written in Chinese or Tamil, also studied in the research.A performance during the Bulan Bahasa 2014 event, organised by the Malay Language Council.