Are women as horny as men?

10 August, 2010

So, apparently women aren’t into sex as much as men.

Does it really mean that we don’t have the same carnal desires as guys just because we can control ourselves on the metro when a gorgeous guy or girl sits opposite us? I think we just express ourselves differently, not that we don’t have any desires.

Watch this hilarious trip into the mind of one man who desperately tries (and fails) to imagine a world in which women are just as horny as men. And watch as he merely swaps the roles of the characters, but not the scene. A scene in which sexually expressive and desirous women go to sleazy strip clubs and have secret midnight wanks over their sleeping partners.

What is it that stops men from understanding that women desire sex just as much as they do? Fear? Is this the last bastion of control that men wield over us? Well, if it is, then I hope the new wave of female directors and writers is helping to raze it sooner rather than later.
This video perfectly exemplifies the problems with porn – it is made for men, by men. Men that cannot think further than traditional thought patterns towards sex or fathom the fact that, yes, women are just as horny as men!

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4 thoughts on “Are women as horny as men?

  1. Tom Chivers

    I don’t get this.

    No-one, I don’t think, is denying that women have extremely powerful sexual urges. That’s clearly the case.

    What is also the case is that neither men nor women can have true, empathic insight into what the other sex’s urges are. I don’t know how women feel (or how other men feel, for that matter); women can’t know how men feel. You can’t know, in your own words, whether “women are as horny as men”.

    So, all we can do is observe, dispassionately, which sex behaves as though they are more in thrall to their sexual urges. I think we can agree, since men are far more likely to pay for sex, to visit strip clubs, to trawl bars seeking sex, and – let’s not back away from it – to rape, that to the outside observer, it looks like men have stronger sexual desires, more of the time.

    This isn’t denying the reality of female sexual urges. It’s just empirical observation. I don’t see how this represents fear of female sexuality.

    Anyway. I hope you don’t take this as somehow sexist. I honestly don’t mean it to be.

    Best

    Tom

  2. Ms Naughty

    What’s interesting about this video is that it equates “horny” with being incredibly creepy about sex. Masturbating over your sleeping partner or leering at someone on a train are not particularly nice things to do; reversing the sex roles makes it really apparent, too. To me, this video doesn’t prove that women are less horny. Instead, it suggests that men often use horniness to get away with creepy behaviour.

  3. Pam

    I think you have missed the point Tom!

    You say that to the outside observer it would seem that men have stronger sexual urges because of the places they frequent etc but that´s the point of the video! It´s to highlight that this isn´t a correct view of things. Women have the same sexual urges as men, and, just like men, some have more than others, but what are you expecting? That women start to behave like men to prove it?

  4. The Beautiful Kind

    This is so very awesome. LOVE IT.

    I like a good mindfuck. For instance, I figure model for art groups and pose in these very goddessy feminine ways that show off my soft curves. I sometimes giggle when I do it because I imagine my 300 lb hairy male partner striking the same poses.

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