Our expert says:
Wow you certainly sound angry. I'm not sure whether you are wanting a response or just getting that off your chest (which is also okay). If you want comment, please post again and let me know what you want a response to.
One issue I can comment on though, is that a woman cannot simply take testosterone - there have been no long term studies to ascertain the impact of testosterone on women - given that this would result in abnormally high levels, there are potentially serious negative implications (eg. irreversable deepening of the voice, acne, excessive hair growth). What also needs to be remembered is that the male also experiences hormonal/neurotransmitter changes in the early days of a relationship, and so there are changes which take place in both partners which would contribute to a reduction in the intensity of the sexual connection.... Whilst it would be brilliant if this weren't the case, and men and women worked in similar ways, this is not the case. This is a common complaint, you are right, but there are plenty of couples who do find a compromise that provides benefits over and above meeting sexual needs...ask those married men you are friends with why they are still in the marriage...
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