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Women Think about Sex When Most Fertile

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Mar 27, 2012
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Women think about sex when most Fertile

Recent study states that women experience more sexual fantasies during the fertile term of the month. In addition to this, women get more aroused in the fantasies in comparison to men. The survey has ruled out reports of earlier studies like most women are fantasised once or twice within a week. These findings have also marred studies like ‘women don't enjoy sex’.

Study finding out comparative sex desire in women was conducted by the University of Lethbridge in Alberta, Canada. In the process, 27 heterosexual women with the age group of 18 and 30 years were assessed. These subjects were either not in a relationship or on hormonal birth control. All the subjects listed the sexual fantasies were examined for entire month. Moreover, some of the sexual fantasies also involved desire for multiple men.

In comparison to the mean 0.77 sexual fantasies a day, fantasies’ frequency of subjects increased to 1.3 per day during the ovulation period. Therefore, it becomes clear that women experience more sexual fantasies during fertile period of menstrual cycles than rest of the month.

An analyst from the panel quoted on the study that fantasies are unbiased, as these are not affected by either presence or absence of a partner. Therefore, this research reflects the exact sexual desire of women.

 

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