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Girls are you more, or less, horny in winter than summer? watch

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    I've always wondered if women feel hornier during summer than in he colder autumn/winter months? Now that it's getting colder, I want to know if women are less horny or not?
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    Winter, i like to cuddle under the blankets and feel warm with my bf that ends up into an intimate sex.
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    All year round
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    How about autumn, ladies?

    Autumn's good.
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    No difference really, but sex is a really great way to get instantly warm in winter.
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    (Original post by Tyrannosaurus Cal)
    How about autumn, ladies?

    Autumn's good.
    Makes no difference to me :yep:
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    Doesn't matter what season it is. What a weird question... :lolwut:
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    I assumed the opposite to you: they would be more likely to want sex in winter when they are a bit/very cold and it will warm them up and feel comforting rather than in summer when both parties would be sweaty and just one sweaty skin contact would put the girl off and make her fly into a fit of rage...
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    (Original post by Its_Miller_Time)
    Makes no difference to me :yep:
    Winter, spring summer or fall....
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    Cyber beast.
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    They are hornier is Spring/Summer just because of their hormones in the warmer weather but want more sex in Autumn/Winter because it's cold and they want to get warm and feel comforted.
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    (Original post by Tyrannosaurus Cal)
    Winter, spring summer or fall....
    Lol yep
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    (Original post by Jeffy91)
    They are hornier is Spring/Summer just because of their hormones in the warmer weather but want more sex in Autumn/Winter because it's cold and they want to get warm and feel comforted.
    You should write a book
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    (Original post by Tyrannosaurus Cal)
    How about autumn, ladies?

    Autumn's good.

    ...and the queues begin to form. :sexface:
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    (Original post by Jeffy91)
    They are hornier is Spring/Summer just because of their hormones in the warmer weather but want more sex in Autumn/Winter because it's cold and they want to get warm and feel comforted.
    This:o:
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    (Original post by Tyrannosaurus Cal)
    You should write a book
    See post #15 and keep your sarcasm.
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    Winter because you want to cuddle up close because it's cold and then one thing can lead to another...
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    Winter for me
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    I heard testosterone's up in summer. so maybe less?
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    (Original post by Jeffy91)
    They are hornier is Spring/Summer just because of their hormones in the warmer weather but want more sex in Autumn/Winter because it's cold and they want to get warm and feel comforted.
    Really???
    OP, I personally haven't noticed a difference haha
 
 
 
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