Does she love sex? Do women have as much sex drive as a man? WHAT do women REALLY want in bed? Are there any universal “rules” that apply to all women, or does each woman have our own unique sexual urges, desires and forbidden fantasies?
If you are anything like the vast majority of men who enjoy our articles on love, lust, sex and relationships, the truth is, you probably STILL find her sex drive to be a total mystery.
So if you struggle to understand the female mind as it relates to sex, this article was written with YOU in mind! Curious to know more? Continue reading as we take a closer look below.
Fact #1: Women have very similar sex drive to men
This is 100% true. It’s triggered a bit differently, and it manifests a bit differently as well. But from a pure “passionate” perspective, women are as eager as you are to make love, to experiment and to explore.
The primary difference between the sexes? It’s a bit beyond the scope of this article of course, but there are biological differences in how men and women approach the art and science of intimacy.
This is more about the actual hormones and brain chemicals and evolutionary impulses involved in love making, but at our core, we love sex as much as you do. (even if the underlying reasons are a wee bit different)!
Fact #2: Women can have 2 different types of multiple orgasms (and we want them both)!
There are sequential orgasms, and serial orgasms. Sequential refer to one after the other in close sequence. Serial orgasms refer to multiple climaxes in one love making session, but are a bit more spread apart time wise. Not only can most women have both types, most of us actually WANT to have both types as well. How do I know? Lots of reasons! But in conversation, women who privately discuss our own self gratification habits will share that sequential orgasms are actually the highlight of the activity!
Fact #3: Size DOES matter. (but it’s not the only thing that does)
Yes, size matters. The reason is not to make you feel bad, or to feel inadequate. Instead, most women have our most sensitive sexual nerve endings far deeper down in the body, than you may realize. The mysterious “G-spot,” for example, is typically deep down in her body, and can’t be comfortably reached during foreplay, or manual stimulation. Larger men are much better equipped to reach this spot during sex, and whether by happy accident or not, stimulate it sufficiently through friction, to give her the strongest orgasm possible.