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Battle of the sexes..

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Lemme just say that I think this comes and goes in phases. It's a TOTAL myth that men want it more all the time--like everything else in life, I've kinda found that it's not about being male or female, it's just about what's going on with each of you at the time. Or at least that's how it works for us....in fact, come to think of it, I think most of my relationships have felt that way. Either of us can be complete and total horndogs one week, and barely want to be bothered the next. lol

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I will have to say that I know I have a higher sex drive than most of my female friends from talking about it with them, but FI and I are in sync. Neither one of us has ever said no to the other...but we have gone through short periods where we're both not into it at all....like Savannah said, it depends on what's going on at the time.

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interesting..I think the whole men have a higher one then women is SUCH a myth too.

Either that or I think I should have been born a guy sometimes lol

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I think I am completely unsure how to answer! All i really know is that either sex feels disappointed when they get rejected....but for some reason I think women get more upset when guys don't want it, because of the myth that they always do!!!

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hmmm interesting!

 

I agree with you ladies. I think it all depends on what's going on at that time. I know when I'm feeling crappy, stressed, sex is the last thing on my mind! lol I feel bad sometimes because he wants it more than I do, but what's worse, rejection or doing it and not being happy about it?! I dunno...lol

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