Jackie: Michael, what are you talking about?
Michael: I still can't get over you cheatin' on me. And I need to hear you apologize again.
And this time, maybe you should cry or give me money!
Jackie: No, Michael. I am not gonna beg for forgiveness. I didn't make you do that
when you cheated.
Michael: Well, that is totally different. When guys cheat, it's because they need some hot action. But when girls cheat, it's way worse, 'cause girls don't even like sex.
Jackie: We do too.
Michael: Well, why aren't we doin' it now?
Jackie: Because I don't want to do it right now.
Michael: I do. Point made. Thank you!
That 70's show
Episode 26 - Everybody loves Casey
That scene was taken from the comedian TV series "that 70's show" which I consider it one of my favorite shows ever.
That conversation was between Jackie (Mila Kunis ) and her boyfriend Michael (Ashton Kutcher) who was explaining the reasons of why he cheated on her. That conversation led me to the following question: " Do women really like sex? "....
If anyone goes to any bar, cafe, party, BBQ, book club or sporting event (or any other place you're likely to find men and women) someone will be talking about sex, or more specifically who wants it more often.
That's why I kept digging in and browsing several webpages discussing this field and I got some conclusions from different points of view and here you are...
"It's fairly well accepted that men are more focused on sexual intercourse and other types of genital stimulation", says Marita McCabe, professor of psychology from Deakin University. "Women on the other hand are more likely to enjoy 'the precursors to sexual intercourse' and while they also enjoy sex, it's usually better for them if they're feeling connected to their partner".
McCabe says gender differences are also evident in the complaints men and women make when it comes to sex. Men tend to complain about frequency, whereas women are more likely to complain about the lack of intimacy in a relationship.
But how do men and women compare in regard to sex drive?
Experts discuss the differences between male sex drive and female sex drive.
"We like to think of men having the higher sex drive -- it's not always true, but more often, it is," says Eva Ritvo, MD, vice chairman in the department of psychiatry and behavioral science at the Miller School of Medicine, University of Miami.
It's a stereotype, it's a cliche, and more often than not, it's true. "Each person's sex drive is like an appetite: Some people spend their whole life in the kitchen and think about food all the time; some people can skip lunch," says Ritvo.
Some researchers have begun to question how we define sex drive -- insisting that we have only looked at it from a male model, so of course women come up short. The male sex drive model resembles a straight line: It is a "linear model of sexual response, where first they have desire, then arousal, then orgasm," says says Patricia Koch, PhD, associate professor of Biobehavioral Health & Women's Studies at Pennsylvania State University and adjunct professor of human sexuality at Widener University. For women, sexual interest follows a more meandering model. "Their drive is for emotional bonding and caring -- once they feel that, then they get aroused and interested," Koch says. "Women want and enjoy a lot more sex play than men want. It takes them longer to be stimulated through sex play than men," says Koch.
Therefore, When all the data is gathered and questions as answered, it would seem that women don't dislike sex and yes they can use it as a tool but it seems men are also guilty of that same crime. Women do use sex as tool as many believe this will get them the man to fall in love with them or marry them. Men also use sex as a tool. For men they believe sex is used when the woman needs something or wants something done and the man will only agree when the woman agrees to have sex with him. Women do use sex to get what they want, the ultimate goal is to achieve and orgasm. With the right man sex is their favorite pastime.
In good sex, there are no demands made and no judgments passed. Men tend to be intercourse-oriented, and women often need to be persistent and patient in teaching their partners that there is more to making love than just "doing it." The emotional bonding is great if there is intercourse, and great if there is not. It is wonderful if there are orgasms, and wonderful if there are none. It is fantastic if it lasts an hour, and fantastic if it is just a quickie. Above all, our sexuality should always be fun!
Tee hee, anyone who read this posting he'd think that I'm speaking from an experience. No, not even close! Unfortuantely, guys, I'm still virgin!!! When I'm gonna do it, I'll let you know! ;)
Anyway, pals! Before finishing this posting, I'd like to tell you that I'm gonna be back to college on next week. It was such a busy summer. I'm doing my work-outs reguarly and trying hard to shape my biceps.
I was busy to with my LAN workgroup. I and some of friends who live nextdoor decided to set up a small local area network to share files and play PC multiplayer games. Now we've connected about 8 PCs together playing at most of the time a strategy game called "the lord of the rings (The battle for Middle-earth II). Loads of fun!
Good night, guys!