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Sexual desire and intimate relationships

Sexual desire and intimate relationships.Women often express a desire to engage in sexual intimacy as a means to

getcloser to their partners, to increase emotional closeness, commitment, tenderness, tolerance and to express their

appreciation for their partner both physically and/or emotionally.

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Theorists believe that sexual desire can serve a number of roles, as a combination of both desire for

physical pleasure as well as a need for intimacy in terms of love and affection[1] though the weight of each need

may vary dependent on situational context and the individuals involved. Researchers also consistently define sexual

desire in the context of motivationscognitions, emotions and similarly subjective psychological experiences that may

be described as the need, wish, longing for, or drive to seek out sexual engagement as opposed to the physiological arousal or sexual events.

One definition of sexual desire specifically characterizes the construct as “the sum of the forces that lean us toward and

away from sexual behaviour”.[3] An ordinary spectrum of sexual desire as one that may range from aversion to passion,

and though individuals may experience fairly consistent patterns of sexual desire throughout their lives, patterns of

Male and female conceptualizations

Men are usually viewed as the more sexually driven gender, but studies have shown that women have the same desire in similar amounts.

In a study conducted by Regan & Bersched (1996), when asked to freely define sexual desire, 90% of both male and

female participants defined the phenomenon consistently with theorists’ definitions of sexual desire; however, despite

the tendency for men and women to describe desire in similar ways to clinical definitions in terms of motivation, men

and women have been found to characterize the goals of sexual desire differently.[2] Whereas women tend to

consider love and emotional intimacy as high ranking goals of sexual desire, men are more likely to consider sexual activity as the primary goal of sexual desire.

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