What makes a woman sexually excited is a question many guys like to know…
What makes a woman sexually excited is often a question posed in my FAQ list. I am still not an expert but I should point to the followers of this blog a book that I recent. Titled “What Do Women Want? – Adventures in the Science of Female Desire”. Here the author argued that a woman still wants her man to be courteous, gentle and respectful. What is not known is that she still wants her man to be good, powerful, long lasting sex in the bedroom.
This point could be contentious. And it led me to ask if this is a woman’s subconscious thought. Do they react in the same way that men do to sexual excitement.
In our younger days, we have all experienced embarrassing moments. That is when there was an unexpected erection in our pants when we see a beautiful and sexy girl. It came almost unintended. My question now is, while it may not be so obvious in a woman, did they experience unsolicited arousal like men?
My normal approach to research on these lines is to pose the question to a few colleagues.
This is not proving to be helpful. Because my female colleagues were less open to discussing the matter. Male co-workers were often proud to boast about their experiences in graphic detail.
Women are like men
So where to go from there?
According to Dr. Jordan Rullo, a certified sex therapist at the Mayo Clinic, women are like men. They experience uninvited sexual arousal as well.
What is shocking according to Dr Rullo is that women experience it more than males. But it is different on arriving at this conclusion for both genders.
Dr Rullo said there were two aspects to sexual arousal. Mental and physical aspects. They operate independent of each other which is a surprise.
The example she gave to illustrate this was to say that men and women might be aroused in a mental term. But she shows no physical response. Equally she said it was also possible to be physically aroused while not so mentally.
For those still in this thread we now, and excuse me, come to the rub. According to our fine doctor, women show genital sexual arousal to actors and images. But they would not admit they are aroused psychologically.
Men do not follow the same pattern. Men show sexual arousal to the actors and images that correspond with their psychological sexual arousal.
Hence there is a chance that spontaneous arousal is a case of historical memory at work.
Or it might even be something that seems to have become less of an issue as compared earlier.
In the latter, we might need a herbal remedy to kick-start that unsolicited response. An enjoyable one though.