Women dislike sex
As women get older, they tend to have less sex. They may also find it less enjoyable than before. So far, studies have explained these tendencies by pointing the finger at physiological changes during and after menopause. What are the other factors? Research has repeatedly found that women report having less sex and deriving less pleasure from it as they reach menopause and beyond. Why does this happen?
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Sex has a strong influence on many aspects of well-being: it is one of our most basic physiological needs. Sex feeds our identity and is a core element of our social life. But millions of people spend at least some of their adulthood not having sex. This sexual avoidance can result in emotional distress, shame and low self-esteem — both for the individual who avoids sex and for the partner who is rejected. As a researcher of human behavior who is fascinated by how sex and gender interact, I have found that sexual avoidance influences multiple aspects of our well-being. I also have found that people avoid sex for many different reasons, some of which can be easily addressed. People who have more sex report higher self-esteem, life satisfaction and quality of life.
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Sex is one of life's deepest pleasures. But as much as most people love a good romp between the sheets, let's be honest: There are things we really dislike about it, too. With this in mind, the sex toy company Lovehoney decided to survey 3, adults about what they hate the most in the bedroom. The responses could feel eerily familiar The most common thing women hate about getting it on?
How we see the world shapes who we choose to be — and sharing compelling experiences can frame the way we treat each other, for the better. This is a powerful perspective. In the early s, the focus took a feminist turn against anti-pornography feminists. Now more mainstream, the conversations revolve around empowering women to have as much sex as they want, without shame.