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Surprising sex facts about women you didn’t know

By Kipchirchir Kiprop | November 9th 2016

Women think about sex and want it too

If you ever thought that women were averse to sex, quash that idea out of your mind. They do think about sex and want it too, but may be not on the same level as the men. Men on the other hand think about sex every seven seconds (wonder how that’s even possible)

Horny women were considered mentally ill

The society seemed backward then, for considering women had unusually high sexual urge as crazy. I mean what would you expect in a society where women were second rate human beings? But not today. Women know their rights as well as the advancement of research into that area.

Period sex is not off limits

Period sex has been a trending topic for years; all that’s changed recently is the number of men and women openly talking about it. Some can’t get behind it, but others enjoy the increased arousal and lubrication during that time of the month. Since the body is essentially preparing for reproduction, women sometimes feel more sexual during these encounters.

Penis size doesn’t matter that much

So much hullabaloo has been witnessed on this subject matter. Science has even chipped in to clarify what can be considered as average. It turns out its nothing of a concern to the ladies, so long as a man knows how to use his tool well.

Missionary style is the best for women with back pains

It doesn’t require much movement on the woman’s part and also doesn’t involve to much gymnastics which is favorable for women with back pains

Infertility affects 1 in every 8 women

Even researchers of a recent study were surprised to find that almost half of the people experiencing infertility had not sought help. This can negatively affect women’s well-being, possibly leading to depression and emotional distress.

Personality plays a role

Couples with great personalities experience better sex since they are confident about themselves. 

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