Who wants more sex? Males/Females
Visit any place be it a bar, café, party or a sports event (or any other place you’re
likely to find men and women) someone will be talking about sex, or more specifically
who wants it often.
Let’s read further. Marita McCabe, professor of Psychology from Deakin University,
says that men are more focused on sexual intercourse and other types of genital
stimulation. Whereas, on the other hand, women’s are more likely to enjoy 'the precursors
to sexual intercourse' and while they also enjoy sex, it's usually better for them
if they're feeling connected to their partner.
Do you really feel that males have stronger sex drives than females? Studies exemplify
that yes, they do. Males not only have more strong sex drives than females but much
more candid also.
Although women’s also dream about it often but they place more value on emotional
bonding and are likely to be highly influenced by social and cultural factors too.
Obviously this generalization varies greatly from one girl to another; we can compile
and say that with females the desire is so much of a mental bonding rather than
just physical bonding.
In addition, there are gender variations between men and women when it comes to
sex. Males generally tend to complain about frequency of having sex, whereas females
are more likely to complain about the lack of intimacy in a relationship.
After reviewing several surveys conducted on males and females, Baumeister concluded
that "Men want sex more often than women at the start of a relationship, in the
middle of it, and after many years of it" and women’s are inconsistent in expressing
their values about sexual activities such as premarital sex and their actual behaviour.