Most people would say men. They tend to always have a higher sex drive than women.
That's too broad of a question. There are men and women with sex drives all across the board. I don't think there has been anything conclusive that says men or women "need" (probably the wrong word to use) more sex than the opposite gender. I'd say it's probably about equal.
Both do ! might need to re word it as some are not as keen as others !
Great way to start the day anyway !
i don't think there is a real answer to this question as i think both men and women need sex. men seem to think about it a lot more but whether they need it more is another question.
I would say both need it equally, but it really depends on the age the person is as well. Men and women hit their sex drive at different ages. I have several female friends in their late twenties who want sex up to 3 times a day, while their partner (same ages) wants it about once a week. When, ten years ago, that wouldn't have been the case.
Someone told me once that women actually crave it more, but have better control of their cravings than men do, so it appears as though men want it more.
I think the key word is "need". I have been told that women get all the benefits, while men spend their precious energy and some valuable substance.
I am not being sarcastic, by the way. To answer the question, I don't know and nobody who did not do proper research does. What I know that some men have problems with performance, but I cannot give the number 25%, 35%... Whether they still need or want sex, I don't know either.
The best movie I watched on this topic was "Kinsey". If you have not had the chance, I strongly recommend. It is very enlightening.
By the way, how much does it matter if your lover is good or not?
I believe men do. Men think of sex more than women. A recent study shows that men a man thinks about sex 13 times throughout the day. This is 4,745 times a year. Now this is hard to believe.. when do they find time to work? Numerous men, in the research study, admitted they think about sex first thing in the morning. The same research study shows women only think about having sex five times a day. That is only 1,825 times a year. I think this study is flowed.. I am a woman, I don't think about sex that much. I hope this bit of info helps.
There is no correct answer. Many think it is men, but men can't get pregnant and also aren't called anything mean for having sex with multiple partners.
It completely depends on the person.
Me in particular, I rarely think about it unless girls are around. If that happens all bets are off!!
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