Is my biological clock attached to a sex bomb?
January 22, 2008 9:37 AM Subscribe
One often hears about the mid-thirties "sexual peak" for women. I have some questions about that.
posted by Ambrosia Voyeur to health & fitness (23 answers total) 13 users marked this as a favorite
What is this change really like, from your experiences?
How much of this theory assumes a repressive attitude toward female sexual gratification or a delayed onset of it, and how much is actually a dependable increase or decrease in libido-related hormones? Which hormones are verifiably tied to female sex drive?
My libido is, in a word, unruly. Apart from the obvious upside, it's rather like PMS, f that helps clarify my difficulty: inconstant, hard to control, disorienting, distracting, inappropriate, irrational. I went off the pill and it skyrocketed. I am concerned about its likelihood to ride me off the rails over the next ten years. I don't relish the thought of becoming even more like an 18 year old boy, when I'm a sensible and satisfied 26 year old woman. Should I really expect my libido to increase in force, or does this theory merely intend to say that women get better at getting off, like, by learned behaviors, as they mature?
If you have experienced an excess of libido, advice thereto is also appreciated.