Women Have A Higher Sex Drive Than Men, According to New (2017) Study
From the UK:
(Link): Almost 60% of women want more sex than their partner does
If you believe what you see in American films, all men are desperate for sex, and most women don’t want to give it to them.
This is, of course, complete bollocks. As we know, women have sexual identities, desires and fantasies of their own, just like men do. In fact, as new research from Voucher Codes Pro demonstrates, many women actually have even more of a sex drive than men.
The research was carried out as part of an ongoing study into Britons relationships and after a rise in searches for lingerie and adult toy discounts.
The survey questioned 2,383 Britons aged 18 and over, all of whom stated that they were in a long-term committed relationship.
21% of British couples have regular fights about the fact they’re not having enough sex.
Three fifths of the women who were surveyed said that they’d like to have sex more often than they currently do.
(Link): Women Have A Higher Sex Drive Than Men, According to New (2017) Study
The stereotype goes that all men are sex-starved maniacs, constantly turned down by women who’d rather just cuddle.
But stereotypes are thankfully fading, and it’s now fair to say that women’s sex drives are no longer taboo.
Now it’s now fully established that women like sex, it’s about time we started talking about the fact they may actually want more of it than men do – according to a new survey at least.
Voucher Codes Pro surveyed more than 2,000 Brits, who were all in a long-term relationship.
They found that 59 per cent of women said they wanted more sex than they were currently getting, compared to just 41 per cent of men.
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