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03/09/2010

What do men want in bed?

The answer is simple and in two words – more sex!

What do men want in bed?

A new book written by Australian sex therapist Bettina Arndt has revealed what men really desire most in bed from their partner is more sex.

Arndt, 61, wrote the book titled, 'What Men Want - In Bed', after she recruited 150 men to write to her over the course of a year about what they want from women.

The answer she got from them is that they want more sex, which she says is lacking in a majority of cases, as the opposite sex would rather have a cup of tea.

In the book, she also wrote that the most potent sexual organ is the brain, and stressed that empathy for the other is the building block of every possibility.

"Sharing a laugh together is truly a great way of staying connected," the Sydney Morning Herald quoted her as stating.

Source: Indian Express

Plus:
Top 10 most common sex myths revealed
Is marriage bad for your sex life?
Six sex boosters from your kitchen shelves

03/09/2010

What do men want in bed?

The answer is simple and in two words – more sex!

What do men want in bed?

A new book written by Australian sex therapist Bettina Arndt has revealed what men really desire most in bed from their partner is more sex.

Arndt, 61, wrote the book titled, 'What Men Want - In Bed', after she recruited 150 men to write to her over the course of a year about what they want from women.

The answer she got from them is that they want more sex, which she says is lacking in a majority of cases, as the opposite sex would rather have a cup of tea.

In the book, she also wrote that the most potent sexual organ is the brain, and stressed that empathy for the other is the building block of every possibility.

"Sharing a laugh together is truly a great way of staying connected," the Sydney Morning Herald quoted her as stating.

Source: Indian Express

Plus:
Top 10 most common sex myths revealed
Is marriage bad for your sex life?
Six sex boosters from your kitchen shelves

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