Almost half of people are convinced that men want sex more than women - Dating News


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Tuesday, 27 August 2019

Almost half of people are convinced that men want sex more than women

The sexist belief that men have a stronger sex drive than women does not diminish, as a new study shows, that nearly half (42 percent) of Britons believe that this is still the case.

The study, commissioned by the End Violence Against Women Coalition, analyzed the views of 3,922 British adults on heterosexual relationships.

Their findings showed that a third of people (32 percent) believe that men need more sex than women, compared to just 1 percent who say they feel the opposite.
In addition, 45 percent of study participants indicated that a man was more likely to initiate sex, compared to 3 percent in women, while 43 percent said both sexes were responsible for starting.

In addition, one in 10 respondents (11 percent) said that a woman makes a decision after intercourse, compared to 36 percent for men and 38 percent for men, both of whom believe that to be the case.
"While it is good to note that three-quarters of adults believe that men and women are likely to enjoy sex, we also have a persistent, widespread opinion about who sex" for the first time ", who" needs "and whose pleasure is important, "said Sarah Green, director of the organization.

"This is a cornerstone of equality and equal pay as well as shared parenting, but the 'orgasm gap' may not be discussed as often as on some other important issues of gender equality."
In terms of age groups, the study found that retirees who are more likely to be 18-24 years old believe that both partners enjoy sex.

The over-65s felt that both a man and a woman would enjoy sex equally, compared to 58 percent of the youngest age group.

Among 18 to 24-year-olds, only 25 percent believe that sex is a mutual decision, while 50 percent believe it is up to the man to make the decision. Only 10 percent believe that it is up to women to decide if they have sex.

In addition, the survey found that the majority of people (57 percent) believe that women are more likely to "engage in sex to keep their partner happy" compared to just 2 percent who think the same for men.
Dr. Fiona Vera Gray, a research associate at Durham Law School and an expert on sexual harassment and pornography, said, "This report shows how far we must go to change outdated ideas about women as sexual goalkeepers."

The study comes weeks after recent research has shown that women and men are equally aroused when presented with sexual imagery.

According to research by scientists at the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics in Tübingen, the gender of a human has only a minor influence on the response to sexual visual stimuli.

For the study, published last month in the journal PNAS, the researchers evaluated data from 61 neuroimaging studies, a method that measures brain activity.
The team analyzed the brain images of 1,850 individuals presented with "erotic visual stimuli".

According to their findings, the human brain reacts to sexual images in the same way regardless of a person's gender.

"It is widely believed that erotic images and videos cause a different response due to sexual duality," the researchers said....

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