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A modern interpretation of Kinsey’s work on male and female sexuality. Plus how couples can make their sex life even better by understanding men and women’s different sexual and emotional needs.

A woman may offer intercourse when she feels respected

After fifty years of marriage one woman told me she had never been interested in men. Men tend to seek women out. Women don’t need sex but also they get affectionate companionship from girlfriends and their children. Men often overlook the wider relationship after decades together. [i] There are many more men looking for casual…

Female sexuality involves attracting male sexual attention

Any discussion of female sexuality is usually aimed at providing turn-ons for men rather than being a realistic description of how women truly orgasm. Those who are paid to promote sex succeed in confusing us all (even women) over what is truly possible. Women who talk about orgasm are either promoting their therapy business, their…

The symbiotic relationship between men and women

When living in an environment devoid of sexual stimuli (such as one without women) most men cease all forms of sexual activity. For example, the arousal cycle of men who are locked up in prison with no access to any kind of visual media (magazines, television and internet) grinds to a halt. [i] This illustrates…

Regularity of intercourse relies on male responsiveness

One might have expected that the regularity of intercourse would depend partly upon a woman’s interest in sex. In fact the rates of sexual outlet for married men who were adolescent before the age of twelve are about twice as high as men who were adolescent at a later age. This is exactly the same…

Men’s sexual knowledge is acquired from pornography

Today we have no official account of human sexuality. So men’s ‘sexual knowledge’ of how women enjoy sexual pleasure (how women are assumed to achieve orgasm) comes from pornography or other fictional sources intended to cause arousal. For example ‘squirting’ is completely fictional. Women do not truly ejaculate. Similarly although people refer to ‘breast orgasms’…

The male ‘arousal cycle’ from erection to ejaculation

Sensations of fear, apprehension, shock or surprise all give rise to nervous system responses that have characteristics in common with arousal. Some young boys initially orgasm [i] in response to many of these kind of stimuli. But over time adolescent boys come to associate their arousal with psychological stimuli (erotic turn-ons) that are explicitly sexual.…