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But her sexual struggles in a long-term relationship, orgasms and frequency of sex notwithstanding, make her something else again: normal. And that disparity tends not to even out over time. In general, men can manage wanting what they already have, while women struggle with it. Marta Meana of the University of Nevada at Las Vegas spelled it out simply maarried an interview with me at the annual Society for Sex Therapy and Research conference in
Read: Multiple lovers, without jealousy Many women want monogamy.
Somehow I, along with nearly everyone else I knew, was stuck on the idea that women are in it for the cuddles as much as the orgasms, and—besides—actually require emotional connection and familiarity to thrive sexually, whereas men chafe against the strictures of monogamy. Women cannot be pigeonholed; the glory of human sexuality is its variation and flexibility.
Read: Why are young people having so little sex? But when the researchers controlled for that variable, it turned out to have no impact. marries
What are we to make of the possibility that women, far from anxious guardians of monogamy, might on the whole be more like its victims? The psychiatrist and sexual-health practitioner Elisabeth Gordon told me that in her clinical experience, as in the data, excitekent disproportionately present with lower sexual desire than their male partners of a year or more, and in the longer term as well.
But refracted through data and anecdotal evidence, Jane seems less exceptional and more an Everywoman, and female sexual boredom could almost pass for the new beige. So when we speak of desire in the future, we should acknowledge that the fairer sex thirsts for the frisson of an encounter with someone or something new as much as, if not more, than men do—and that they could benefit from a gray-zone lookkng pass, too.
But her sexual struggles in a long-term flr, orgasms and frequency of sex notwithstanding, make her something else again: normal. Marta Meana of the University of Nevada at Las Vegas spelled it out simply in an interview with me at the annual Society for Sex Therapy and Research conference in And that disparity tends not to even out over time.
What does it all mean for Jane and the other straight women who feel stultified by long-term excutement, in spite of having been taught that they were deed for it and are naturally inclined toward it? In general, men can manage wanting what they already have, while women struggle with it.