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It seems that women’s magazines ask this question almost every month, along with advice about reconciling sexual preferences between men and women. Baumeister reveals the “reality of the male sex drive.” The problem of recognizing the reality of the male sex drive was brought home to me in a rather amusing experience I had some years ago.I was writing a paper weighing the relative influence of cultural and social factors on sexual behavior, and the influence consistently turned out to be stronger on women than on men.This meant a long process of slogging through hundreds of scientific journal articles reporting scientific studies of sexual behavior.One colleague, Kathleen Catanese (now a professor of psychology at a Midwestern college) started out as a strong feminist with the party-line belief that there was no difference in sex drive.

One classic study sent student research assistants out on campus to approach fairly attractive people (of the other gender) at random with the line, “I’ve been noticing you around campus and I think you’re attractive. In short, pretty much every study and every measure fit the pattern that men want sex more than women. The Institute for Scientific Information lists him among the handful of most cited (most influential) psychologists in the world.

Every marker we could think of pointed to the same conclusion. Men have more sexual fantasies, and these encompass more different acts and more different partners. Masturbation is considered by sex researchers to be one of the purest measures of sex drive, because it is not much constrained by external factors (such as the need to find a partner, or the risk of pregnancy or disease).

Some people say that women feel guilty about masturbation, but that’s not what the data say, at least not any more.

"It's a little strange, one would think that both would peak at the same time," said Kral Arne Stokkan, a professor of arctic biology at the university, explaining that experts remain uncertain as to why.

The amount of sunlight is however generally known to have an impact on the amount of various hormones, such as endorphins, produced by the body and thus an explanatory factor determining heightened sexual activity.

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