The answer might surprise you…. W hat do you know about female sexuality? Martin pulls no punches. Her bestselling memoir Primates of Park Avenue cast her as an anthropologist observing the habits of her Upper East Side neighbours. The book caused a furore, and is currently being developed as a TV series, with Martin as exec producer. Her new book, out this week, should be equally provocative.
Women’s Sexual Desire, and Why Men Often Don’t Recognize It
5 reasons why women need more sex than men! | The Times of India
Women are more than twice as likely as men to lack interest in sex when living with a partner, a study of British sexual attitudes suggests. It found that while men and women lost passion with age, women were often left cold by longer relationships. Overall, poor health and a lack of emotional closeness affected both men's and women's desire for sex. The findings are based on the experiences of nearly 5, men and 6, women, published in BMJ Open. The UK researchers said problems of sexual desire should be treated by looking at the whole person, rather than simply resorting to drugs. Join the debate on our Facebook page. Relate sex therapist Ammanda Major said losing interest in sex wasn't necessarily abnormal, and there were many different reasons why men's and women's needs changed.
5 reasons why women need more sex than men!
They have sex about three times a week, which might strike many as enviable, considering that John and Jane—who are in their 40s—have been together for nearly two decades. Based on numbers alone, one might wonder why they need couples counseling at all. Or frequency.
Women may want more sex than their husbands or partners think. New research by psychologists at the University of Toronto and the University of Western Ontario, published earlier this month in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology , found that men in long-term relationships often underestimate how often their wives or girlfriends want to be intimate. The research consists of three studies, following a total of long-term couples, most of whom are heterosexual. The sample of homosexual couples was too small to be statistically significant, the researchers say. Participants ranged in age from 18 to 68 years old; the couples had been together six years on average, and they reported they had sex an average of one to two times a week.