Proof That Men and Women Think About Sex Differently

  

Most adult males under the age of 60 think about sex at least once a day. Only around a quarter of women claim to think about it on a regular basis. Men and women imagine less as they become older, but men fantasize approximately twice as much as women.

 

Before getting into the blog, let us share an example of how men and women react regarding sex:

There was a conversation between a couple in which the guy wanted to have sex with his wife, and this is how the wife responded: (We’ll assume names for both. We’ll name the guy Shaun and the lady Melissa.

So Shaun wanted to have sex. But Melissa didn’t. Their conversation:

Melissa: We literally just had sex last night!

Shaun: Yeah, so?

Melissa: Wow! You’re truly incredible.

Judging the above conversation, we’re pretty sure you get the idea of how men and women think about sex. A man can have sex anytime, any day, every day, all day! Whereas women they’re very picky and moody. They literally schedule a day or date in order for them to have sex! They don’t tend to have or want to have sex every day or even every alternate day in that case.

And who or what may be to blame for such huge disparities?

Men have sex on their minds more often than women

Most adult males under the age of 60 think about sex at least once a day. Only around a quarter of women claim to think about it on a regular basis. Men and women imagine less as they become older, but men fantasize approximately twice as much as women.

Men reported higher spontaneous sexual arousal and had more frequent and diverse fantasies, according to a review of research comparing male and female sex drives.

Men want sex more often

Following an examination of various male and female surveys. At the outset of a relationship, in the middle of it, and after many years of it, males crave sex more than women. He claims that this isn’t simply true for heterosexuals; homosexual men have sex more frequently than lesbians at all phases of a relationship. Men also claim they desire more sex partners in their lives and that casual sex is more appealing to them. This is evident in our book – “The Sensual Journey of the Seven Graduates,” Where our male graduates are horny and are looking for sex more than the women.

Let’s turn our attention to the women now…

The sexual turn-ons of women are more complex than those of males

What gets women’s attention? Even ladies don’t always appear to know what’s going on. Meredith Chivers of Northwestern University and her colleagues showed sensual videos to gay and straight men and women. They interviewed them about their degree of sexual excitement and used devices linked to their genitals to detect their real level of arousal.

And for men: Straight males reported representations of male-female sex, and female-female sex turned them on more than portrayals of male-female sex, and the measuring equipment backed up their assertions. Gay males claimed that male-male intercourse aroused them, and the gadgets confirmed this. The results for women were even more shocking. Straight women, for example, reported that male-female sex appealed to them more. However, they reacted to male-female, male-male, and female-female intercourse in about the same way.

 

Social and cultural variables have a greater impact on women’s sexual desires:

Women’s sexual views, actions, and desires were impacted by their environment in more ways than men’s:

Women are more prone than males to alter their minds about (and readiness to undertake) particular sexual acts over time.

Women who go to church on a regular basis are less likely to have permissive views on sex. This link between church attendance and sex views is not visible in men.

In their sex decisions, women are more impacted by the opinions of their peers.

Higher-educated women were more likely to engage in a wider range of sexual activities (such as oral sex), but men’s education had less of an impact.

Women were more likely than males to have inconsistencies between their stated principles and their actual conduct when it came to sexual behaviors such as premarital sex.

 


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