When it comes to sex, we commonly observe differences between men and women in various areas.
For example – our attitudes towards sex, for men sex is a high priority and it’s physical, for women other priorities are higher and therefore sex is relational.
Stimulation for men is body-centred (what they see, smell and do is important) but women are person-centred so they focus on touch, attitudes and words.
Men want to feel that they are needed physically but women want to feel that they are needed emotionally.
For men it is anytime, anywhere and orgasms are shorter and intense, while women need time, build-up and orgasms are longer, more in-depth.
It is important to take note of this – but these differences are not concrete facts, there is no ‘ought to be‘.