Wondering when women hit sexual peak? read this
“Our results suggest there is nothing special about the 30s, but that instead these behaviors manifest in all women with declining fertility
Consequently, your sexuality spikes at that age in a way that can’t be felt anymore for the rest of your life.
No matter the high school you went to, you must should learn that humans reach sexual maturation anytime from the age of 10.
This period is when the sexual and reproductive organs gets ready to take on the functions they were made for.
But when do you actually hit sexual peak;? it means, your most active sexual period. Just when do you really reach a point in your life when your sexual activities plateaus in a way that can’t be felt anymore for the rest of your life?
For women, that age is 27; A research conducted by psychology students at the Texas State University, California State University, San Bernardino, and the University of Texas at Austin explains this.
Reaching 27, your sexuality apparently gets to a peak that can’t be can’t be felt anymore for the rest of your life.[Credit: Shutterstock]
Written in the journal Personality and Individual Differences, the study involved 827 women shared into age ranges based and fertility quotient. Women from 18-26 were categorized as ‘high fertility’; those between 27-45 were ‘low fertility’ and from 46 up was put under the category ‘menopausal.’
Judging by participants’ answers to an online questionnaire, the researchers explains that women between the ages of 27 to 45 (low fertility category) possess a “heightened sex drive in response to their dwindling fertility,” as these women are “more likely to have frequent sexual fantasies, an active sex life, and a willingness to have casual sex.”
Basically, the study is claiming that women over 27 wants sex often due to “nature and less by nurture.”
Why there is a sexual peak?
Women are pushed to “capitalize on our remaining childbearing years.” by their natural clocks and the fear of not having a child when menopause hits.
A top researcher says
“Our results suggest there is nothing special about the 30s, but that instead these behaviors manifest in all women with declining fertility. It may be more difficult to conceive past the age of 35, but our research suggests women’s psychology will continue to motivate them to try until menopause.”
Although we are not researchers in here, it’s not difficult to know that this study looks pretty strange to say precisely. Yet strange and questionable.
But common, we are’nt good enough to question science, are we?