There is a lot of confusion about the female sex drive, and not just among men. Even many women have been fooled and tricked about the female sex drive, its “terms and conditions” and its intensity.
Our culture is obsessed with sex–indeed, a writer once defined sex as something that “in the United States is an obsession; for the rest of the world, simply a fact of life.” This means for us that we are exposed to two polar opposite extremes. We are exposed to the prudes and we are exposed to the “porn star mentalities”.
The prudes would have us all believe that women don’t like sex nearly as much as men do and that the female sex drive is almost entirely about needs for emotional intimacy and procreation (the first one of those things being something that poor males cannot begin to understand). As a consequence of this, the female sex drive gets ignored by the main stream media. Or, when it’s not ignored, it gets deliberately watered down and made hypersensitive or embarrassing, as anyone who has ever seen a couple episodes of Rachel Ray understands.
At the opposite end of this distorted spectrum we find the porn star mentalities. These are people, male and female alike, who see female sexuality as nothing more than a commodity and a marketing tool. It’s there to be utterly exploited, exaggerated and manipulated to the limits of cultural acceptance to manipulate men and women alike to buy things, or to give men incentives to do things.
It is no wonder that with all this misinformation floating around like pollen in Spring, confusion about female sexuality abounds–and when there’s confusion there’s a lack of enjoyment.
CAN YOU HANDLE THE TRUTH?
Women love sex as much as men do, and they have just as much physical sexual need as males. (By the way, males have as much emotional intimacy need as females, too.) But powerful cultural forces, including a lot of traditional Christian teaching and Feminism, have sought to suppress or repress this fact, although neither one of those things always or exclusively has that effect.
For everyone, but especially for females, environmental factors can strongly influence sex drive either for good or bad. When females are affected by an environment of confusion, misinformation, and suppression, their libidos can suffer, negatively affecting them and their relationships with men or their husbands.
But there is help for a diminished female sex drive. Many researchers have concluded that Provestra and Vigorelle are the best natural female libido enhancers and can make all the difference between female sexual fulfillment and misery due to lack of sexual enjoyment.