Why do women take more time to get sexually aroused than males? What could be the reason for this low sex drive in women?
A woman’s sexual desire is tied to her monthly cycle. She experiences the strongest sexual desire around the time an egg is released. It then fades on its own as the cycle continues. During the few days around when her egg is released, a woman’s sexual desire is strong.
A man’s sexual desire rises as his seminal vesicles get full and decrease after ejaculation. Thus, there are more days during the month that a man is sexually aroused.
Depending on the circumstances, a man’s desire has risen in advance of any interaction with his wife. Thus generally, a woman is starting with a lower desire for sex. In addition, when it comes to actual sex, it only takes a man’s system a few minutes to become ready for ejaculation. A woman needs about 10 to 20 minutes of foreplay to become ready. This is because glands in the vagina need a bit of time to build up sufficient fluid to provide lubrication during sex.