New Delhi, June 07 (ANI): Usually it's the men who want more sex than women, but what happens when it's the other way around? Vanessa Thompson, a Newcastle sexologist, attributes mismatched sex drives to testosterone levels. She puts it down to biology, saying that typically men have the higher libido, while women have a tenth of the testosterone in men. Therefore, the reaction to a mismatch can truly damage relationships. Men can feel insecure and threatened by their partner's sex drive and become combative as a result. Thompson has laid out some tips for women who are fighting with such issues. First thing first – be honest. Let your partner know what you want and don't want. Don't avoid the conversation and pretend you're tired and want to go to bed. Talk about how often you want sex. Your partner may feel pressured about how often you would like sex.
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