Sunday, May 13, 2007

Science proves what we already knew

Relationships make women less horny

A woman's sex drive begins to plummet once she is in a secure relationship, according to research.

Researchers from Germany found that four years into a relationship, less than half of 30-year-old women wanted regular sex.

Conversely, the team found a man's libido remained the same regardless of how long he had been in a relationship.

Writing in the journal Human Nature, the scientists said the differences resulted from how humans had evolved.

For men, a good reason their sexual motivation to remain constant would be to guard against being cuckolded by another male

The researchers from Hamburg-Eppendorf University Hospital interviewed 530 men and women about their relationships.

They found 60% of 30-year-old women wanted sex "often" at the beginning of a relationship, but within four years of the relationship this figure fell to under 50%, and after 20 years it dropped to about 20%.

In contrast, they found the proportion of men wanting regular sex remained at between 60-80%, regardless of how long they had been in a relationship.


The study also revealed tenderness was important for women in a relationship.

About 90% of women wanted tenderness, regardless of how long they had been in a relationship, but only 25% of men who had been in a relationship for 10 years said they were still seeking tenderness from their partner.

Dr Dietrich Klusmann, lead author of the study and a psychologist from Hamburg-Eppendorf University Hospital, believed the differences were down to human evolution.

He said: "For men, a good reason their sexual motivation to remain constant would be to guard against being cuckolded by another male."

But women, he said, have evolved to have a high sex drive when they are initially in a relationship in order to form a "pair bond" with their partner.

But, once this bond is sealed a woman's sexual appetite declines, he added.

He said animal behaviour studies suggest this could be because females may be diverting their sexual interest towards other men, in order to secure the best combinations of genetic material for their offspring.

Or, he said, this could be because limiting sex may boost their partner's interest in it.

Professor George Fieldman, an evolutionary psychologist from Buckinghamshire Chilterns University College, said: "These findings seem to fit in with anecdotal studies and his explanations seem plausible.

"The rational for why a woman's sex drive declines may be down to supply and demand. If something is in infinite supply, the perceived value would drop."
The study may have found something useful and pertinent, but look at the way they couch it. "Women want tenderness" my ass, its that men give women tenderness, while women give men nagging and scolding and generally are controlling.

That is why 90% of women expect tenderness, while 75% of men don't. But nooo, they couch it so that you think men are just brutes while women are fucking delicate flowers (who can obviously stand shoulder-to-shoulder with men in every arena while at the same time being fucking princesses that will wilt if they don't get pampered).

Don't marry guys - the sex will get less frequent, the sex you do get will be to the cunt who is growing older day by day, whose tits sag a little more with each passing year, and whose gash smells worse every birthday. Farrell put it best - marriage is the fulfillment of the woman's primary fantasy, while a man who tries to act out his own primary fantasy is said to be going through his mid-life crisis.

And here's a quote to finish it off:
I think it might be partially because a lot of men -but not all- seem to get rage-y if you give them any suggestions on their lovemaking routine. "Honey, would you mind doing x with y" can make a guy look like a kicked puppy. So women just don't make any suggestions -hell, sometimes they don't even make them in the first place, expecting sex to be perfect like a romance novel and not wanting to ruin the "magic"- and, oala: Boring, unsatisfying sex!

Blame the male baby!


  1. There is a missing phrase in those sentences. When they describe how married women lose interest in sex, it should say, "...WITH THEIR HUSBANDS!"

    I certainly learned from my counseling work with divorced fathers that those cold prunes can certainly jump into bed -- or a dumpster -- or in a dry spot in the bushes -- or on the large meeting table in a company meeting room -- with some other guy, and their cries and moans of pleasure can be heard for a block around.

    This is a gross story, but a true story told me maybe 30+ years ago by a work buddy. He said shortly after he moved to our state to work in a high-tech electronic factory, he worked with a fiend who constantly complained that her husband thought about nothing but sex. (Yeah, you vicious fiend, of course he did, since he wasn't getting any.)

    He did not explain how it came about, but one night he found himself in a car with her and another young man. For two hours, the guys took turns driving around the country side near the city to avoid suspicion.

    The guy who wasn't driving was in the back seat with her, her feet were nearly touching opposite sides of the car, and she was moaning deep in her throat for the entire two hours, until, in his terms, "we didn't have enough liquid left in us to spit".

    Oh, on the meeting table comment. a few years before we retired, a bunch of male techs and our female repair operators were in a meeting in a company meeting room. One of the guys shouted, "Hey, look at the butt marks on the table."

    Ground into the varnished table was perfect signs of a female rear end in rapid and passionate motion. God, it was gross!

    The table was removed that very day for refinishing. Interestingly, the department secretary had control of that key, so management had to know exactly who the fiend was, who ground butt marks in the varnish of the department meeting table.

    Anonymous age 65

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