Verified by Psychology Today. The Sexual Continuum. Recently there has been a lot of attention in the media about a new study on frequency of sexual thoughts among men and women. I thought it would be informative to hear directly from the scientist who led the study describing in her own words the findings and their interpretation.
What Do Women Really Think About Sex? 12 Brutally Honest Dispatches From A Woman
What Do Women Really Think About Sex? 12 Brutally Honest Dispatches From A Woman | Thought Catalog
Just the mention of the word can bring up a lot of different feelings and reactions. There are often a lot of expectations surrounding sex and sometimes a lot of feelings of shame. Unfortunately, that means people search online and get their ideas about sex from not-so-trustworthy sources rather than close friends or family. And even some of the good sources can unintentionally perpetuate beliefs that they got from a bad source. The last thing I want to do is cause even more shame and misleading expectations. However, after working through my own sexual baggage with a therapist and talking to a few close girlfriends about their own struggles, there are a few things I really wish women would stop thinking about sex. I picked this belief up in college, where I received many of the ideas and messages that still inform my feminism today.
Health Myth: Do Men Really Think About Sex Every 7 Seconds?
We've all been told that men think about you-know-what far too often — every seven seconds, by some accounts. Most of us have entertained this idea for long enough to be sceptical. However, rather than merely wonder about whether this is true, stop for a moment to consider how you could — or could not — prove it.
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