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Is Female Desire More Complicated?

When it comes finding to out if men are in the mood for sex, men are generally not difficult to understand. When it come to women it is a more complicated matter. This is a stereotype, but there is plenty of research to show that women are highly influenced by socio-cultural factors and require more of an emotional connection.

Let's take a deep dive to understand female desire and why is it considered to be more complicated? Before we get started, it's important to understand the difference between arousal and desire too. While arousal, is a physiological response that indicates our body is ready for sex, desire is a psychological feeling. It's game play between your mind and body.

How do sexual drives differ based on gender?

Sexual drives do differ based on gender. There's no denying that, women can be more complicated than men, especially when it comes to sexual desire. With men, there is a direct correlation between an erection and their desire. It can be totally hormonal. But with women, it's quite the opposite. Desire and physiological response don't necessarily go hand in hand. And that's normal. There are several influencing factors for women and emotional connection is often a big one. 1. Frequency of sexual thoughts is higher amongst men than women. Men fantasize twice as often and have spontaneous sexual arousal. 2. In relationships, you'll notice that men often seek sex more often. They genrally experience more frequent sexual feelings in comparison to women. 3. Have you ever wondered what is the sexual turn on for women? Well often we don't exactly know. With men, it's less complicated. They have their preferences and desires that can easily be communicated. But with women, the level of arousal is dependent on circumstances and they may differ every time. 4. The female orgasm is a much debated topic. If you were to hypothetically consider the duration of experiencing orgasm between genders, you'll notice that men, on average take about 4 minutes to reach orgasm. Whereas women, can take 10 - 12 minutes and only about 26% of women reach orgasm each time. Social and cultural factors have a huge role to play with women's sexual desire and attitude. Their desire can drastically change over time and it impacts their sexual activities too. As per a recent study, it was indicated that women are usually more influenced based on their education and peer group. It's important to understand that women don't necessarily have a lower sex drive than men, instead, it's all about the varying patterns. For instance, women often experience a higher sex drive during the ovulation period of their cycle. Their sexual motivation can be as strong as that of men. Most women however still have no idea what could potentially trigger sexual desire in them. Their mood, stress and fatigue can play key factors in determining their desire too. Being emotionally satisfied with an overall healthy lifestyle are also key factors for women in their levels of desire.

Thanks to: Honey Couple, Movies for Couples,MasterLovers

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