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Why men think more about sex, and women want connection

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New study found that men think more about sex than women. Men are naturally stimulated and more into various fantasies than women. While women are built into finding emotional connections, men want more sex at all stages of a relationship. 

75 percent of men have orgasm during sex, while only 26 percent of women experience orgasm. It takes most men within four minutes of intercourse to have orgasm – for women, it’s between 10 to 20 minutes. Orgasm in women is often reached by direct stimulation of the clitoris.
Interestingly, men can ejaculate without having an orgasm or have an orgasm without ejaculating. This is because men feel orgasm in the brain while they ejaculate when the body pumps out semen. The study revealed that women reach orgasm more during oral sex than during actual sexual intercourse.
According to a US sociologist at the University of Chicago, Edward Laurnann, women are more influenced by social and cultural factors than men when it comes to sex. Women need to connect first, before sex becomes a topic.
“Women change our preferences of what we like to do in bed throughout our lives,
whereas men tend to like the same things and not budge from that. It’s men who are less adventurous in that regard, not women,” he added.
The hormone,  testosterone, play an important role in sex drive. Men have 20 more in their system than women do. Every man and woman have top three reasons why they have sex – and that is, for  love, commitment and pleasure.

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