Perhaps it may find a treatment in another article. It's shameful that the author couldn't even google it.
Male orgasm isn't associated with oxytocin release?! Oxytocin plays a couple of different essential roles in the process for men, so thanks for the link. Ruth was just trying to make a female-biology-as-male-destiny type of argument. Feminacentrism is another manifestation of Womenfirsters' power to define the agenda.
Although the delay of long-term relationships farther into adulthood and the science of Women react differently when they are in a marriage/long term relationship and they are seeing other people.
Perhaps humans were not meant to couple in such a way.For example, the age old complaint about double standards.The complaint is that women are stigmatized and men are not.If we're not so clear on the social aspects, let's explore the biological context.The Physiology Post-feminism women feel that they can behave like men sexually.Although both women and men reported feeling dissatisfied with a lot of the hooking up they did do, women were particularly dissatisfied, probably related to the fact that their pleasure was secondary to the man's. In their literature review, they reported on studies that showed that although both men and women want emotional commitment, commitment was more important to women, and women often have sex hoping that things will evolve into a relationship.They found an association between depression in women and casual sex that was stronger than that found for men.It was then that alcohol involved, she’d seek out a hookup.I’d intercept those and that’s why I noticed the pattern and stay “relating” rather than leave the relationship in anger or tears.Perhaps they can, but women ARE different than men. Whatever works between consenting adults is not to be judged by me.When women have sex, oxytocin gets released because of the evolutionary drive to attach to someone who may be the potential father of a possible child. Of course, being higher order beings, we can control our emotions and our biological urges. And the impact of wanting to bond with someone who does not want to bond can leave women feeling disappointed, confused and sometimes hurt. However, from my own personal experience, most women cannot have a sexual encounter and not feel hurt if a man does not call again and is clear he has not intention to do so.