Q&A: Why Do People Assume a Woman’s Sexual Desire Is Lower Than a Man’s?

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Can you address the difference in stereotypes of men and women’s sexual desire and how to combat the notion that women should not have sexual desires?

Sexual desire is God-given and meant to be enjoyed in marriage by both men and women.  Men and women may experience sexual desire differently, but that doesn’t mean a woman doesn’t have desire. In today’s video Juli differentiates between stereotypes and the basic biological differences between men and women that have contributed to our assumptions about sexual desire.

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