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Title: Is sex better for women?
Post by: newtofmo on August 27, 2009, 11:54:08 AM



Also worthy of mentioning is that women barely initiate, don't really desire men and foreplay is more about them ad that men can't really relax and let go during orgasms or get multiple orgasms from women. It'd be rare to find a woman who gave more than she took.

Well at least men have more nerves in their sexual organs.

Title: Re: Is sex better for women?
Post by: The-Female-Orgasm on February 07, 2012, 11:51:26 AM
Hmmm ... there are a few things to note.

1)  Women have a TON more nerves in their sexual organs than men.  Fact.
2)  Women DO initiate sex.  A lot.  But a lot depends on their self confidence, the confidence in their partner, time of the month (in terms of hormone levels), age (which often ties back to self confidence), and many other factors.  Women can also often be much more subtle than men in the way they express their desire.  I wouldn't hesitate to say that it is the men that feel that it's all about them in that they often do not pay attention to the basic differences between men and women, always expecting that a woman should feel and behave the same way as them (and yes, I am male).
3)  Women DO desire men.  More than you'd know ...
4)  Foreplay is mutual, and many women DO give more than they get.  If your experience is what you suggest, there may be some fairly fundamental issues between you and your partner that you'd need to explore ...

Just my two cents worth ...