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(See "How Men Really Feel about Sex.") Here are some of the most common ways that women may differ from men: 1. Men are often disappointed that she doesn’t crave it in her body as much as he does. Testosterone does cause physiological desire in both genders, but to differing degrees — proportionately, male hormonal drive is a loud scream, and hers is a whisper.For her, it’s the fantasizing, remembering, and imagining hot sex that revs her engine. Sex researcher Meredith Chivers says “being desired is the orgasm” for women.

Expert, fun, not salacious talk to show how a man and a woman can talk more easily about sex. I think it is nice that this women tells us honestly how she feels about sex, but why assume that all women are the same? Even the same woman feels differently about it at different stages of their life. I think it is nice that this women tells us honestly how she feels about sex, but why assume that all women are the same? Even the same woman feels differently about it at different stages of their life. Traditionally, women have used the hint or even the promise of sex, or sex itself, as a manipulation tool. But it is also a double edged sword in that when widely used, the woman herself becomes the commodity. There is a power struggle in marriage over how much closeness and how much autonomy we can arrange and tolerate. We can trade things with our partner or we can give to them out of love because it is our commitment and also the deepest, most generous way to develop a secure, safe harbor in the relationship. Men have been emotionally, physically, and verbally abusing their wives for eons, but wives took it and did not complain, so all of a sudden when women realize that they are vital as well, these women start to complain about the abuse. This is why my generation of men arent going to get married. The notion that women have suffered more than men is such BS! I'm sorry you've suffered from the fear of the danger other men may inflict on you. I too wondered about the disproportion of men in college enrollment.

Some women find deep satisfaction in sexual intercourse, even if it comes without her orgasm.

While most of the time we want to feel like we’re on the same page with our partner before having sex, sometimes it’s having sex that gets us on that same page.

You can't tell women that they are supposed to feel "subjective desire" .

You aren't telling men to stop feeling a spontaneous need for sex and to avoid trying to wait for love and cozy feelings before having sex.

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