If sexual desire is defined in terms of a craving for sexual activity or pleasure, men have a stronger sex drive than women. However, women have a greater capacity for sexual activity than do men, and for women, the concept of sexual drive includes emotional intimacy in addition to sexual activity and pleasure. How might such different concepts of “sex” affect our interpretations of emotional states such as “love” and “commitment”? What factors (biological, psychological, sociocultural) might account for these differing interpretations?
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