NEW YORK —
How often a person needs sex is depends on different factors, such as, health condition, desires, environment, mood etc. but some women really starving for sex at least six times a week. But there is one factor that is blocking their way: stress.
With an intend to investigate common stereotypes, for examplewhat factors affect women’s sex drive, the famous fertility awareness app Kindara asked 500 women who use the app their take on the female libido.
Kindara is an iPhone app created by a husband and wife team in Boulder, Colorado.
While 75 percent of women said they want sex more than three times a week, 13 percent crave it more than six times over the week.
Nearly 70 percent of the participants said they reach orgasm during every sexual encounter.
Most of them, however, reinforced that emotional connection is key for super sex, Daily Mail reported.Some (23 percent), however, disagreed and said foreplay is more important than anything else.
The findings showed that the female libido is also affected if women feel out of sync with a partner (28 percent), not in the mood (20 percent) or struggle with their self-image (20 percent).
Earlier, a University of Michigan study had found that women like casual sex as much as men if the stigma is removed from accepting the offer and the experience involves a “great lover”.
“I think a lot of my work is just about applying common sense. Are we really going to believe women do not like sex as much as men,” asked Terri Conley, assistant professor of psychology and women’s studies.
“Men are clearly not universally driven to accept casual sex more frequently than are women,” she added.
“Women accepted less casual sex offers from men than vice versa because the men who proposed the experience were perceived to have relatively poorer sexual capabilities,” Conley explained.
Maldives opposition legislator Ibrahim Mohamed Solih wins presidency
MALE — Maldives opposition legislator Ibrahim Mohamed Solih has beaten incumbent Abdulla Yameen according to provisional results, the country’s Elections Commission says.
Results released by the Elections Commission showed Mr Solih securing 133,808 votes (58.3 percent) compared to the 95,526 for incumbent Abdulla Yameen. The voter turnout was over 88 per cent out of the 262,000-strong electorate.
The Maldives government has acknowledged the opposition’s victory after the vote on Sunday, a surprise defeat for President Abdulla Yameen who was widely expected to win.
There were no other candidates.
Mr Solih had the backing of a united opposition trying to oust Mr Yameen, but struggled for visibility with the electorate, with local media fearful of falling afoul of heavy-handed decrees and reporting restrictions.
“I call on Yameen to respect the will of the people and bring about a peaceful, smooth transfer of power,” Solih said on television, shortly after interim results from the country’s election commission.
“We have won this election with a comfortable majority,” Solih said.Follow @gorkhapost