Discussion in 'Vaginarium' started by Coaxsist, Mar 21, 2008.
Well, do they?
Yes. They love teh cawk.
They just don't like being used for sex/treated like bitches as most guys tend to do.
High Schools a bitch man. I can never really tell anything bout chicks.
I just need to grow some BALLZ!
yes but probably not as often
It depends...in my case, yes. I want it just as much, if not even more than, my fiance.
The thing to consider is that women are wired differently than men...
in -general-, a man is stimulated mostly by sight, while a woman is stimulated by emotion.
If your girl feels loved and secure, she's more likely to want sex.
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of course, or they would never take it
God I hate when threads get moved in here.
Some do, some don't... Every person has a different sex drive.
twice as much
I always say no when i'm not getting sex. I had a girl last month or so who enjoyed it so much more. I think their anatomy plays a part in enjoying it more.
Yes, if not more
Most have just been socially conditioned not to show it like men do.
we actualy need it for phisiology reasons. In order for our hourmones to function correctly we need regular sex. WIthout sex we gain weight, get pimply, moody and are at higher risk for depressions. The longer we don't have sex the less we desire it due to hourmonal levels so its easier to get to a routine of doing you once a month or less when we get in our mid lifes.
When we are active (every day at least once) and then skip several days we can get so horny that we feel stiff or even pain in down there.
Its also easy to train our bodies to crave sex all the time with proper program and stimulation.
sources? and just a note, please spell check
sources? if you learn about hourmones and the female body you will get all this info + more. Do the homework google is an awsome tool =]
i find it hard to believe you've done research on hormones* if you cant even spell it?
She's bilingual. Shut it.
...so am i?
English isn't her first language is more what I should have said. If you hung out in this forum for more than a week you'd know that and understand it. She's a hell of a lot better considering she hasn't been here that long. In other words, duscussing how you think her facts or theories are wrong are fine. Attacking her on spelling is ignorant.
english is not my first language either. i'm not attacking her, i'm simply saying that i dont know how she googled facts on hormones if she spells it wrong. i also question her points thats why i asked for sources which she can't provide.
actually, i'd like to see sources too, and i've studied this kind of stuff. never heard of a lack of sex causing weight gain and acne. yes it can cause sadness/depression for numerous reasons. However, these things sound like they are associated with low estrogen levels, the sex horomone in women, not actually having low levels of sex. Low estrogen can be associated with low sex drive, while high testosterone is high sex drive. All of the symptoms listed are actually symptoms of menopause. I believe that if anyone, of either sex, tells you they NEED sex for physiological reasons that they are feeding you a line or they dont have enough information on the subject. I just went through my textbooks attempting to find something on this, but I came up empty handed so perhaps someone else with more expertise/peer-reviewed sources can step in.
heh, I was defending her spelling and then I read her initial post and went So yeah, I've never heard that in my life
I'm pretty sure spell check works even if English isn't your first language... Unless you can't read "Spell Check".