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For men, the results were predictable: Straight men said they were more turned on by depictions of male-female sex and female-female sex, and the measuring devices backed up their claims.Gay men said they were turned on by male-male sex, and again the devices backed them up. Straight women, for example, said they were more turned on by male-female sex.By contrast, women may be more open to same-sex relationships thanks to their less-directed sex drives, Bailey says."Women probably have the capacity to become sexually interested in and fall in love with their own sex more than men do," Bailey says.That doesn't mean men don't seek intimacy, love, and connection in a relationship, just as women do. "Women want to talk first, connect first, then have sex," Perel explains. Sex is the language men use to express their tender loving vulnerable side," Perel says."It is their language of intimacy." Men, on average, take 4 minutes from the point of entry until ejaculation, according to Laumann.Women were also more likely than men to call themselves bisexual, and to report their sexual orientation as a matter of choice.Why are women's sex drives seemingly weaker and more vulnerable to influence?
"Men want sex more often than women at the start of a relationship, in the middle of it, and after many years of it," Baumeister concludes after reviewing several surveys of men and women.
They are likely to be more attuned to relationship quality because they want a partner who will stay around to help take care of the child.
They're also more likely to choose a man with resources because of his greater ability to support a child.
Study after study shows that men's sex drives are not only stronger than women's, but much more straightforward.
But women also appear to be heavily influenced by social and cultural factors as well.