http://www.CoachNorth.com/ --- 5 Biggest Sexual Differences Between Genders
When it comes to sex, there’s no denying that men and women are wired differently. From romantic expectations to sex drives and taboos, it’s surprising how little we have in common.
Understanding the differences between men and women when it comes to sex can be incredibly helpful, especially if you’re in a relationship or looking for love. That’s why I’d like to share with you the five biggest sexual differences between genders. Because after all ladies, just because a romantic candlelight dinner gets you in the mood, it doesn’t mean he’ll be aroused by it too.
Now, before I share these differences with you I’d like to challenge you to a trivia question. The answer to this question will be revealed later in the video, but just for fun, I’d like to hear from you first. To vote, simply click your answer in the top right corner of this video. The question I have for you is this: Are men or women more likely to want sex on a first date. Again, to vote click your answer above.
Now, let’s talk about the top five sexual differences between men and women.
1. Men think about sex more than women.
You’ve probably heard the myth that men think about sex every seconds. While that’s not necessarily true, it has been proven that guys think about it much more than women do. A study in the Journal of Sexual Research suggested that young men think about sex almost 19 times a day, whereas young women think about sex about half that much.
Of course a person’s sex drive simmers as they age, but even so, men continue to fantasize about sex twice as often as women. Along with these stats, surveys have also shown that men experience more spontaneous sexual arousal and have more frequent and varied fantasies than women.
2. A woman’s sex drive is more “fluid” and easily influenced than a man’s.
While guys may score higher in libido, a women are more open to different possibilities arousing them, meaning what turn women on varies more than with men, whose turn ons are more straightforward and rigid.
Also, a woman’s environmental also plays a big role in her sex drive, and they’re more influenced by the attitudes of those around them. This means that their willingness to perform certain sexual acts is more likely to change over time than a man’s.
3. Women place more value on emotional connections to spark sexual desire than men.
You’ve probably heard the expression, “Women need to feel connected to have sex, men need sex to feel connected.”
A study in the Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy suggested that women need to have a feeling of intimacy and closeness with their partner before desire kicks in. It should come as little surprise then that more often than not, women want to talk and connect with a man before having sex. Men, on the other hand, feel that having sex makes them connected and close with a woman.
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4. Men pursue sex more than women.
Whether they’re single or in a committed relationship, men pursue sex more than women. This is true for both heterosexual and homosexual relationships. Hand in hand with this, men have admitted to wanting more sexual partners in their lifetimes than women, and are also more open to casual sex.
Now, back to our trivia question. I asked you in the beginning of this video whether you thought men or women were more likely to want sex on a first date. Ready for the answer? IT’S MEN. In fact, a poll by a British research service showed that men are four times more likely to want sex on a first date than women. Four times!! Crazy!
Alright, last but not least, is difference #5, and it’s that
5. Men and women orgasm differently.
Since men and women have different bodies and turn ons, it’s no surprise that how they experience desire is different too! For instance, when a man is aroused it’s shown physically in an erection, whereas when it comes to us ladies, there’s no real telling when we’re feeling hot and bothered.
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