For women, sex is more psychological than physical. This means women are more likely to get lost in the sex fantasy, remember sex, and fantasize about sex, which prepares them for it. Because women’s bodies are hormonally different, they don’t physically crave sex as much as men do.
For them sex is about achieving orgasm
According to eminent Canadian sexologist and clinical psychologist Meredith Chivers, “the real pleasure of orgasm is achieving orgasm” for women. Even when a woman sees a handsome man, her reaction is more about whether she finds him attractive or not. Knowing that her partner wants her plays an important role in arousing thoughts about sex in a woman’s mind.
Sex is an aspect of love for women
For women sex is not perfect love but a part of that wholeness. Moving around with your partner, talking, managing the home and family, feeling appreciated, affection and sex – all of these involve love. Sex is not the only defining factor for love.
It’s like a mixed bag for them
It is not as easy for women to experience regular orgasms as it is for men. Sometimes, it may take around 45 minutes for many women to reach the peak of orgasm. That’s why men like variety during sex, while women prefer a tried-and-tested position because there is more guarantee of pleasure, which makes them feel relaxed in those intimate moments.
Sex is a Romantic Investment for Women
Romantic investing is beyond all odds. When a woman finds herself in a position where she can be hurt both emotionally and physically by her partner, she is investing. She runs the risk of giving you her all except having sex with you. And this is when two people, being in their deeply entangled relationship, are deeply immersed in intimacy.