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When I brought this up in the paper as one possible theory, reviewers reacted rather negatively.

They thought the idea that men have a stronger sex drive than women was probably some obsolete, wrong, and possibly offensive stereotype.

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Which Faramerz Dabhoiwala thankfully did for us in his book (1675): “Why should women have more invention in love than men?

Even as we see more and more evidence that women want what men want, antiquated sexual scripts mean that women are caught, as Friedman puts it, in a "catch-22" with "few options." But is that dilemma one for which both sexes are equally responsible? Women want sex, but they don't want to be seen as forward (or worse, desperate).

Men want sex but are intimidated, unconfident, or don't want to be seen as domineering.

I wasn’t permitted to make such a statement without proof, which they doubted could be found.

And when I consulted the leading textbooks on sexuality, none of them said that women had a generally milder desire for sex than men.

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