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In a survey of studies comparing male and female sex drives, Roy Baumeister, a social psychologist at Florida State University, found that men reported more spontaneous sexual arousal and had more frequent and varied fantasies."Men want sex more often than women at the start of a relationship, in the middle of it, and after many years of it," Baumeister concludes after reviewing several surveys of men and women.Men and women travel slightly different paths to arrive at sexual desire."I hear women say in my office that desire originates much more between the ears than between the legs," says Esther Perel, a New York City psychotherapist."Sexual desire in women is extremely sensitive to environment and context," says Edward O. He is a professor of sociology at the University of Chicago and lead author of a major survey of sexual practices, The Social Organization of Sexuality: Sexual Practices in the United States.Here are seven patterns of men's and women's sex drives that researchers have found.
Men, by contrast, don't need to have nearly as much imagination, Perel says, since sex is simpler and more straightforward for them.By contrast, women may be more open to same-sex relationships thanks to their less-directed sex drives, Bailey says."Women probably have the capacity to become sexually interested in and fall in love with their own sex more than men do," Bailey says.They are likely to be more attuned to relationship quality because they want a partner who will stay around to help take care of the child.They're also more likely to choose a man with resources because of his greater ability to support a child.