If you go to any bar, cafe, party, BBQ, book club or sporting 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 more often.
upon a time women were encouraged to 'endure' sex and men were urged to
'restrain' themselves, but now things are different – or are they?
fairly well accepted that men are more focused on sexual intercourse
and other types of genital stimulation, says Marita McCabe, professor
of psychology from Deakin University.
Women on the other hand 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.
McCabe says gender differences are
also evident in the complaints men and women make when it comes to sex.
Men tend to complain about frequency, whereas women are more likely to
complain about the lack of intimacy in a relationship.
for anyone who feels things are a little unequal in the bedroom – think
about it from your partner's perspective and then talk to them.
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