But because stereotypes surrounding women and sex still exist, Kindara, a fertility awareness app , set out to see what stereotypes could be confirmed and what could be finally thrown out. The survey by Kindara researched the sex lives of women between the ages of 18 and They examined sexual desire, orgasm frequency, and just how important women feel sex is to their relationship. What the results of the survey reveal, among other things, is that women are equal to men when it comes to sexual desires and to assume otherwise is wrong.
Who REALLY enjoys sex more - men or women? Expert reveals the surprising answer
Women Want Sex Just As Much As Men Do, New Survey Shows, And More Things To Know About Sexuality
Sharing personal information brings people closer together. Verified by Psychology Today. The Human Beast. Marked differences between male and female sexuality used to be supported by solid evidence around the globe.
Men Want Sex More Than Women Do, Apparently
Getty Images. One expert has now considered the evidence and decided who really has a better time between the sheets. Sex expert Tracey Cox said men think about sex more often, with most men under 60 saying they think about sex at least once a day but only a quarter of women saying the same.
While this might sound obvious to most women, scientific research hasn't totally caught up with the idea women can — and do — desire sex as much as men do. The survey: Kindara, which seeks to "empower women through a better understanding of their health and bodies," put out a call to female users asking them to quash some of the most pervasive stereotypes of female sexuality. The survey asked about their typical desires, such as what time of day they usually like to have sex or how important physical intimacy is to their overall relationship satisfaction, as well as how much they wanted sex in general. The results indicated some of what we believe about female sexuality, such as the idea women value emotional connection during sex more than men, might be true. Fifty three percent of respondents said emotional connection was an important requirement for good sex, while nearly a quarter said foreplay was a better indicator of overall quality.