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New study and book finds that women are freaky horny all the time

Red pill men knew it to always be true.  We understood the science and biology behind a women’s sexual desire. For everyone else curious as to the carnal cravings of the female species, we leave you with Daniel Bergner’s new book, ‘What Do Women Want?’

From the Daily Mail UK:

For decades, we have been led to believe that men are driven by a base need to ‘spread their seed’ and lust after many partners, while women desire monogamy and their sexual fulfilment comes from emotional intimacy.

But an author who has researched female sexuality has said anyone who thinks women are inherently less promiscuous and sexually assertive than men is kidding themselves.

Writer Daniel Bergner, from Brooklyn, New York, says the idea that women are ‘biologically programmed’ to be monogamous is a ‘myth’ that has been perpetuated for too long.

He told MailOnline: ‘I think that one of our conventional assumptions – that women are biologically programmed by evolution to be less promiscuous, less assertive, and less driven sexually – is a myth.

‘There is very little evidence to support this theory. It gets in the way of serious understanding.’
Bergner, 53, has written a book on the subject, called ‘What Do Women Want?: Adventures in the Science of Female Desire’, which has been re-published this month by Canongate Books.

He busts a number of myths through his research, based on scientific studies, which include theories that women want less sex than men, watch less porn and that their desire is sparked by emotional intimacy.

In fact, Bergner said the research he has seen reveals women can be just as much of an ‘animal’ as a men when it comes to sex and that their desires are actually a lot more wild and unpredictable.

At the start of the book and in a video on Canongate’s website, he explains a test that Meredith Chivers carried out to determine what really turns women on.

She wired up a plethysmograph to women’s private parts and then showed them a series of images to monitor what made them become aroused.

Bergner explains: ‘The results reveal that women get turned on by all sorts of videos. Straight women get turned on by naked women exercising; lesbian women get turned on by gay male porn; the sight apes having sex is a turn on.’

Good girl, innocent girl, myth busted.  Gentlemen, your women is a sex freak. All women (yes ALL women) have strong sexual desires…nasty, freaky stuff floating around in their heads, that us guys would never have imagined.  Blue pill men would be shocked, pick up artists understand this and game the system, red pill men accept it as truth and continue to focus on their own social value and sexual worth.

Don’t get excited men just yet. Just because your women has an immense sexual appetite it doesn’t mean she will admit it, or even recognises it.  Remember that a women is an emotional storm, seeking a harbor in the tempest. On the one hand she feels the evolutionary urge to procreate with alpha male seed, on the other hand she lusts after the biological rush that oxytocin produces during sex, while instinctively seeking out safety, protection and resources that only men can truly provide.

All these combatting emotions, feelings and thoughts can leave men and the woman herself a bit confused as to what she really wants and needs.

….he [Bergner] added that many women were in denial about what they found to be a turn on. ‘The plethysmograph was showing lots of arousal when women were telling Chivers they didn’t feel turned on at all,’ he said.

Bergner told MailOnline that this repression of sexual desire has been drummed into women for ‘eons’.  Many other studies he looked into found women lied about, or were too embarrassed to admit, what really turned them on.

Often women would only give honest answers to questions, such as whether they watched porn and how many sexual partners they have had, if they were told their input would be completely anonymous.

‘Though we live in a culture that is, in many ways, sexually unrestrained, we are still uneasy, even fearful, about women’s desire. This goes back eons,’ Bergner explains. ‘It is somehow overwhelming to confront the realities of female sexuality.’

While female sexuality is hard to pin down, men’s sexual desires are pretty blah.  We are utilitarian after all, and our sexuality is a function of our purpose for existence.

When men were shown the same images as the women during Chivers’ test, ‘what turned them on was a lot more predictable and a lot more boring,’ he notes.

Does Bergner have all the answers. Not by a long shot. He is the first to admit that the topic is way to complex to explain in a single book from a single man.

However, while Bergner has explored what women want in his book, he humbly admits he can’t give a definitive answer.

He said: ‘I don’t mean to imply (by the book’s title) that I have a single answer – or that a single answer exists. That would be not only arrogant but terribly and monumentally foolish. We human beings are too complex for single answers, and our complexity is what makes a book like this a challenge and finally a pleasure to write. I hope that our complexity makes the book a pleasure to read as well.’

 

References:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2653013/Women-wild-unpredictable-just-animal-men-comes-sex-New-book-busts-myths-surrounding-female-sexuality.html

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