Why is it that some women over 40 crave sex even more than when they were younge

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  1. Dr.Ope profile image77
    Dr.Opeposted 7 years ago

    Why is it that some women over 40 crave sex even more than when they were younger?

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    Ruach Eishposted 7 years ago

    Because of their hormones as they are approaching the menopause.

  3. viplove09may profile image65
    viplove09mayposted 7 years ago

    n particular, young women seem to be outstanding at pretending to be far better people than they actually are. For example, young women are forever telling us how deep they are, and that they're not too fussed about a guy's looks and physique, and that it's more about how a guy treats them blah blah blah. Yet whilst young women often claim to be like that, their BEHAVIOURS are usually completely different. Eg. go to any bar or club for a night out, and you will see that women are in actual fact ten times more shallow about the opposite sex's appearance than men could ever hope to be - you will see women throwing themselves at muscular dudes, often guys who take unhealthy steroids to look like that, whilst the women completely ignore the Joe Averages, or are even downright nasty to them - eg. giving evil looks to the Joe Average guys, or giving them nasty put downs in the event they dare to approach - eg. "Not if you were the last man on earth", "You're waaaay out your league" etc. 95 percent of women are forever chasing after 5 or less percent of men in the room, whilst being completely uninterested in the remaining 95 percent of guys in the room.

    And why is it that young women will often say whatever it is that is likely to benefit them most at the time, even if what they're saying is just insincere BS or even an out and out lie ? Why are young women often total strangers to the truth ?

    I'm just curious as to why there would be such a glaring inconsistency as to what young women in general claim to be - i.e. deep and warmhearted creatures, and the way they actually behave - i.e. in an insanely shallow, self absorbed and often very cold and nasty fashion. Why would this be ? Is it because female children generally get more spoiled than male children, get raised to believe they are daddy's little princess, which image of themselves gets reinforced by media output which celebrates female narcissism and egomania such as Sex and the city etc., and as such young women grow up to believe that they are the centre of the Universe, and that they can do whatever they like in life because normal standards and ethics don't apply to them ?

  4. krillco profile image95
    krillcoposted 7 years ago

    Well, that is not always true, but you did qualify it by saying 'some'.

    My theory: since humans continue to develop throughout their lives, some ladies who are assertive enough to invest in their own growth discover around age of 40 or so, that they are able to claim their sensuality and eroticism and leave behind their former silly images of needing to be a 'good girl'. They discover that they can indeed be 'good' and be highly sensual and erotic, as well as take charge of sexual situations and speak and do what they desire.

    It is a wise man who does not block this, and wiser still to strong encourage it.

  5. johnnymission profile image54
    johnnymissionposted 7 years ago

    It's the hormones. It's always the hormones. Or they are watching too much "Cougartown" on TV.

  6. skribbles profile image56
    skribblesposted 7 years ago

    I would say its because they want to feel young and sexy again.

  7. 4tune profile image61
    4tuneposted 7 years ago

    I agree with its about knowing and accepting yourself, part hormones maybe, maybe loving on a deeper level as for some of us emotions tie in with that, so the stronger the love... the stronger the desire.. Many factors could play a part in this not just one will work here.


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