Animals do it, Birds do it, bees do it, and men do it any time they desire, but women will only do it if the candles are scented just right and their partner has done the dishes first.
A stereotype, sure, but is it true? Do men really have stronger sex drives than women?
Well, yes, they do. Study after study shows that men’s sex drives are not only stronger than women’s, but much more straightforward. The sources of women’s libidos, by contrast, are much harder to pin down.
It’s common wisdom that women place more value on emotional connection as a spark of sexual desire. But women also appear to be heavily influenced by social and cultural factors as well.
While it is usually men who are deemed to chase sex the most, it turns out that it may in fact be the fairer sex who take the lead when it comes to enjoyment.
But how did the researchers come to this conclusion?
Apparently, this extra enjoyment stems from the fact that women are able to experience deeper and more varied orgasms than men.
The new study, conducted by researchers from a reputable University in Nigeria, looked into how women are turned on and found that there’s are at least four orgasmic zones on the female body.
These orgasmic areas include the clitoris, the internal region around the G-spot and the cervix – as well as non-genital areas, such as the nipples.
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“And they don’t have to be the same for every woman, nor for every sexual experience even in the same woman, to be whole and valid.
“It is likely that women have an enormous capacity to experience orgasms of many different types.
“The subjective experience of it is not necessarily the same for each woman, and can even be different each time a woman has one. Those differences span physiology and psychology.”
Researchers also identified how different the female orgasm is from male ejaculation.
The medical expert continued: “Unlike men, women can have a remarkable variety of orgasmic experiences, which evolve throughout the lifespan.
“A woman’s erotic body map is not etched in stone, but rather is an ongoing process of experience, discovery and construction.”