Is it true that sex is an act of reassurance for males from their partner or from opposite sex? Is it the same for women?
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reader, maverick +, writes (2 May 2007):Good question.
I think its important to keep in mind that the purpose of sex is to reproduce. It's a basic instinct with all living things. Bearing this in mind you could gather a few things...
WOMEN see sex as more of a an emotion thing. "Wow he trusts me and is compatible enough to want breed with me!" (I'm sure thats what women are thinking even if they are not saying it).
MEN see sex as a chance to reproduce - and ego thing. To have you kids born and keep you legacy? You can bet Darwin's family jewels they are. "Wow, I'm getting to breed with with some onewho is likely going to support me and kids and be compatible with me" (I'm sure guys say that in heat of passion).
Well in any case, back to your question. Does sex reassure couples about their commitments? Does sex get your heart beating faster? Does sex feel good? Is sex addictive? With some varying degree - maybe it just depends who you are. But these things are all by-products of the main reason we have sex... to breed!
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