Here's how to inoculate ourselves against negative ones. Verified by Psychology Today. Cultural Animal. The problem of recognizing the reality of the male sex drive was brought home to me in a rather amusing experience I had some years ago. I was writing a paper weighing the relative influence of cultural and social factors on sexual behavior, and the influence consistently turned out to be stronger on women than on men. In any scientific field, observing a significant difference raises the question of why it happens. We had to consider several possible explanations, and one was that the sex drive is milder in women than in men.
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I really enjoyed this piece Salon. Part of being human means believing that lots of other people are just like you. But apparently, when I was single, I was in a minority of men who could be classified as Casanovas. If you follow those guys over time the number of guys who have three or more partners a year for as long as three years, that drops to about 5 percent. Fair and interesting point.
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And not just when it comes to married women. Bergner makes a pretty strong case that women are socially, not biologically, discouraged from initiating and enjoying sex. You think those female rats are compelling? I had to take a walk around the block after reading about female rhesus monkeys.
Yes, we like climaxing. And we expect to get there most of the time. If you whine too much about your inability to make us orgasm once in a while even after we explain that sex can be pleasurable regardless, we are bound to start faking orgasms regularly. We respect and appreciate your willingness to service us We need to be touched, caressed, and loved in order to crave sex.