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Turns Out Women Have Really Really Strong Sex Drives: Can Men Handle It?

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If any of these statements apply to you, there are many medical, psychological and social reasons why that could be. But one you may not have considered is you just don't want to have sex — at least not as much as you think is normal — and that's not necessarily an issue. Just like if you don't want to run a marathon, it doesn't matter that you can't run 10 kilometres an hour, explains Amanda Newman, a women's health specialist GP from Jean Hailes for Women's Health. Andrea Waling, a researcher from the Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society, says while our acceptance of diverse sex drive is increasing — the rise of asexuality being one example — many people still feel pressure to have a normal libido. We'll unpack some things you might not have considered that can influence it, but also explain why your libido might be just fine as it is — high or low. Emily Harris, who studied sexual desire through her work at the University of Queensland, says libido fluctuates in two ways. Then, she explains, there are broader changes that can influence libido, such as ageing, having children, stress and relationship satisfaction.

Although when things get a bit boring in the boudoir, it is achievable to spice things up. We deposit together a list of expert—and reader-approved—sex tips that people say have helped them spice things up. As Nelly says, It's gettin' hot in herre, so take off all your attire According to tip number one! Juliana Morris suggests leaving something on—from a fierce pair of heels to a sweet string of pearls—getting almost bare can bring out your sexy area.

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