Women may not know when aroused?
When it comes to syncing the mind and body in matters of sexual arousal - according to a research review published online in the journal Archives of Sexual Behavior in Jan 4 - women are less in sync than men.
This group of researchers wanted to access the connection between subjective experiences of sexual arousal and physiological genital responses. They reviewed more than 2,500 women and 1,900 men.
According to Meredith Chivers, a psychology professor at Queen's University in Canada. Chivers and colleagues men’s subjective ratings mirrored their body’s level of sexual arousal 66% of the time while in the case of women, mind and body were in agreement 26% of the time.
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"For men, their experience is strongly related to physiological arousal whereas for women it is less so," Chivers said. "The general pattern that I have seen in my laboratory is that women experience a genital response but do not report feeling sexually aroused."
Does this mean some women have orgasms and they just have no clue? Hmmmmm.... May be we don't need the endless foreplay then ;-)
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