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    Yes.

    When I met my (now) bf, I told my friend I was gonna **** him by the end of term. Slept with him 4 days later.

    It then turned into fwb, he caught feelings, so did I blah blah blah.

    But yes. It's probably not the same for all girls like it's not for all guys, but I certainly find people that I'd just wanna ****.
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    (Original post by Vixen47)
    Just as much as men do.
    Generally this is not the case.
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    (Original post by Master Jack)
    As if we didn't already know that.


    What kind of question is this anyway? Seriously... What are you even asking? What is it that you to know by asking such an obvious question.


    I hate it when guys like you act like women are a completely different species who think in a completely different way to men. It's not endearing and it's not cute. Embarrassing sums it up imo.




    Carry on though. The show must go on.
    Seems like the only person embarrassing them self is you.
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    (Original post by Master Jack)
    I hate it when guys like you act like women are a completely different species who think in a completely different way to men.
    I think it's called recognising that men and women are both physiologically and psychologically different. Not all of us can recall memories of past lifetimes as women.
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    (Original post by Guy Secretan)
    Most men (I presume to speak for most men) crave sex to some extent. A lot of men if they are single may get into a relationship simply to get regular sex. So my question is do women sometimes think 'I wish I could get a boyfriend so I could have sex with him'. Or of they see an attractive guy think 'wow I would love to sleep with him'. Maybe men are more vocal about their desires also more likely to have sex without commitment involved. Obviously I dunno what goes through women's minds.
    As much as men
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    (Original post by queen-bee)
    Some of us like to keep it on the hush hush
    This.

    And also, being a 23 year old virgin has never been harder. It almost seems like my friend down there wants to get a life of its own and leave every time I turn down guys.
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    I don't crave it constantly I go through phases. For example I haven't had sex in about 5 months, not bothered and don't particularly want to even with people I find attractive but last week I missed it.

    But when I do crave it, I really do.

    Some women just don't like talking about it.
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    There's no biological reason why women would crave sex less then men but patriarchical structures have shamed women who expressed their sexuality so it's become taboo. This thread is stupid and sexist.
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    God, I permanently crave sex.
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    Personally I get turned on but definitely won't want or have sex unless it's with someone I feel deeply attracted to (and by that I mean sober attracted. Never trust drunk attracted) and want to be emotionally intimate with. Frankly masturbation is easier 99% of the time to handle feeling aroused until you find someone you actually want to have sex with.
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    (Original post by cappunno18)
    There's no biological reason why women would crave sex less then men but patriarchical structures have shamed women who expressed their sexuality so it's become taboo. This thread is stupid and sexist.
    You just pulled that out of your ass, women obviously have a different attitude (evolutionary speaking) to sex because the associated cost (baby) is so much higher for them.
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    (Original post by cappunno18)
    There's no biological reason why women would crave sex less then men
    What qualifies you to say that? Honest question. Men and women produce different hormones in different amounts. They each have body parts that aren't present in the opposite sex. Just GCSE level stuff, not trying to sound rude.
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    How many times do people have to be told; YOUR SEX DRIVE IS NOT DETERMINED BY YOUR GENDER!!!
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    (Original post by CatnipGlows)
    A lot of women crave sex, they're just not quite as open about it as men.
    This! lol :yy::yy:
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    (Original post by mojojojo101)
    How many times do people have to be told; YOUR SEX DRIVE IS NOT DETERMINED BY YOUR GENDER!!!
    Men and women do generally have different sex drives, as a result of hormonal differences.
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    (Original post by Birkenhead)
    Men and women do generally have different sex drives, as a result of hormonal differences.
    Proof?
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    Well its exactly like height. On average, less than men, but there is huge variation. Generally healthy women have a higher libido than women with mental or physical illnesses such as depression or obesity, but there are many other factors involved, such as sunlight exposure, diet and exercise. People with mental illnesses/addictions usually crave sex more for immediate gratification (as they crave drugs) but enjoy the sensation less, and have a lower libido.
    Nothing turns off women more than men that are desperate to copulate with them.
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    (Original post by mojojojo101)
    Proof?
    I made two separate assertions. What do you want proof of?
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    (Original post by moutonfou)
    It varies honestly. There are women who want sex just as much as a 'typical' man might, but for a lot of women the urge is - if not less - then at least different.

    For many women sex is linked to intimacy, and it's the intimacy which women crave rather than sex specifically - of course sex is a form of intimacy, but cuddling, emotionally connecting with each other, kissing, physical contact etc can be just as rewarding as sex for many women (something a lot of men I've spoken with can't get their heads around!), and indeed if intimacy is not there, many women will not be interested in sex alone. So to answer your question many women would see an attractive guy and have a desire to be intimate with him. But that could be something like getting to know him, connecting with him, being physically close to him, as well as sex.
    Thanks this is the best explanation.
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    Depends how often I'm having it. Right now I haven't had sex for nearly 4 months so I'm seriously craving it and watching porn/masturbating a lot more than usual.
 
 
 
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