She wants romance. Sometimes it seems as if our partners are from different planets. In the bedroom, it is obvious that men and women are different, but we may not realize just how different. It is only through understanding and accepting our obvious and less obvious differences that we can achieve true intimacy and great sex. Our brains are hugely different as well. Although the skulls of men and women are similar in size, the brain of a female is smaller, but much more active than that of a male.
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If you Google "how to have better sex," you'll get articles suggesting that you buy lingerie, make a sexy playlist, and eat chocolate-covered strawberries in bed side note: clearly the author of that one has never actually eaten chocolate-covered strawberries, because they are a mess. That's because your experience of sex—like your experience of the rest of the world—starts in your brain. If you have anxieties and insecurities around your body, your partner, or sex in general, you can't solve them from the outside in. Lingerie, music, and chocolate are all fun, but none of them is any match for the distracting soundtrack in your brain that is ruining your bedroom vibes. The good news is that you can improve your sex life, dramatically, and pretty quickly too—and you don't have to spend a dime. Too many women just check out from sex because they don't know how to get their insecure brains under control—but everyone deserves great sex, and you can use your thoughts to get there.
Despite the trumpets of women's lib, science suggests sex differences are innate. Women, apparently, are not curvy versions of men sporting high-heeled shoes. Affecting up to 80 percent of women, PMS is a familiar scapegoat. But women are affected by their cycles every day of the month. Hormone levels are constantly changing in a woman's brain and body , changing her outlook, energy and sensitivity along with them.