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Stereotypically it is the other way around, but, I think women actually desire and like sex more than men... They just wouldn't admit it of course!
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And... what's your question? I think, generally speaking, women are far more discreet in regards to discussing sexual topics than men. It's far more typical to observe men discussing sexual matters - often graphically - amongst other men, whereas women tend to be, as mentioned before, discreet
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the female what?
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In any case everyone is different.

Some guys are more horny than girls, some girls are more horny than guys, some aren't at all horny.

It's just a matter of finding someone who's sex drive is compatible with you.

Do I believe women are more? No. Purely because you couldn't test it, everyone is different
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In any case everyone is different.

Some guys are more horny than girls, some girls are more horny than guys, some aren't at all horny.

It's just a matter of finding someone who's sex drive is compatible with you.

Do I believe women are more? No. Purely because you couldn't test it, everyone is different
You could perhaps test it if you got a large sample size of women and tested them under a lie detector with appropriate questions to gauge how much they think about and enjoy sex.
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You could perhaps test it if you got a large sample size of women and tested them under a lie detector with appropriate questions to gauge how much they think about and enjoy sex.
Lie detectors are ridiculously unreliable
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the female what?
Labradoodle.
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You could perhaps test it if you got a large sample size of women and tested them under a lie detector with appropriate questions to gauge how much they think about and enjoy sex.
Eh. I doubt that would be accurate. At least I know I think about sex far more frequently than I actually want to engage in it.
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