Evolutionary Psych: How Her Brain Is Different (& What it Means for Your Sex Life)
The Female Brain May Seem Hard to Figure Out, But Thanks to Science & Evolution, It’s Easier Than You Think…
Physically, there’s not a lot that’s different between the male and the female brain.
The male brain might be a little bit bigger in size, but the real differences lie in the way our brains operate, rather than the physical makeup.
In my previous feature, I examined the differences between your reptilian brain, mammalian brain, and the neocortex — however, that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
So today, I want to examine something more specific:
How the male brain is different from the female brain… and how you can use this information to your advantage when it comes to sex & dating.
From Caveman to the Modern Man: What You Need To Know…
Men have classically been the hunters & gatherers, while women were more of the nurturers — and these roles have helped shape the way our brains operate in modern society today.
When it comes to how you think about sex, your biological impulses send you down a path that your culture then directs. You may start out in one direction, but your own life experiences can alter this in a number of ways.
But let’s take it back to the beginning for a second.
From the beginning of time, men have been magnetized to the idea of sex, as we’re visual creatures that derive our first instance of sexual pleasure from our own doing.
Of course, I’m talking about masturbation.
In a 2009 study from the Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, 800 teens between the ages of 14 and 17 were asked about their self-love habits. Interestingly, it was found that 63% of boys between the ages of 14 and 16 had masturbated at least once…
While a whopping 80% of 17-year-old boys had masturbated at least once as well.
And for girls? Only 43% of girls between the ages of 14 and 16 had done the deed, while that number rose to 58% for 17-year-old girls.
So why the big difference? Why do more boys seem to masturbate than girls, and at an earlier age as well?
The Truth About a Woman’s Sex Drive (Hint: It’s Not What You Think)…
Because men are a bit more visceral than women and our sex organ gives us more visual cues when we’re aroused (AKA erections), men become aware of sexual pleasure at a younger age than most women.
Women, on the other hand, tend to have their first sexual experience with another person. So they are trained from an early age to associate sex with an emotional connection.
Do you see the kind of sex & dating patterns that could result from this?
With men more likely to seek sexual pleasure in a recreational and accessible way, sex becomes more of a “fun” hobby, rather than a means to make an emotional connection.
Esther Perel, a New York City psychotherapist and best-selling author, has spoken about how women tend to see sex in a completely different way than men.
While men can view sex as a simple pleasure-seeking activity, a woman’s sexual drive is “more contextual, more subjective, more layered on a lattice of emotion,” Perel says.
Do All Women Seek Sex for Emotional Reasons?
These early tendencies helped to evolve the way we sex & dating into how it is today:
The stereotype that men only want notches in their bedposts, while women just want to settle down and get married.
In the beginning, this very well may be true. And it still may ring true for many men and women today.
However, modern culture has been flipping this idea on its head. Which, as you may have guessed, affects the way the female brain thinks about sex.
With each sexual experience a woman has, her brain learns from and adapts to it. So while it’s true that a woman may crave a relationship more than a man in the beginning…
There are more and more women today seeking sex for the sole sake of pleasure. And that has more than a few implications for you.
How Culture Is Reshaping Sexual Relationships Between Men & Women…
Over the years, our society has placed promiscuous men in the spotlight, calling them “stallions” and the like.
Women, on the other hand, have had to endure a lot of negative sexual shame that comes along with having multiple sexual partners.
As a result, women were — for a long time — less likely to chase men for sex. They were more likely to get sexually involved with just a few men over the course of their lives.
Still, today it’s the man who usually pursues the woman, since men are trained from an early age to see sex as a prize.
And women, trying to live within the bounds of societal norms, only grant this “prize” to the chosen few. This is how the game has been played for years.
Thankfully, today’s culture and society have helped shed the skin of our yesteryears. As women have long been shamed for their open sexuality, they no longer have to worry so much about the stigma of having multiple sexual partners.
However, that’s not to say that it isn’t a concern at all.
It Doesn’t End There…
What all of this has resulted in is a culture that drives both men and women forward sexually — but still, men tend to be more driven than women.
Despite the sexual openness that women are allowed today, it’s no secret that courtship still relies a lot on a man’s ability to pursue a woman.
Women are still considered the gender that looks to build emotional attachment and thrive in romance over sexual pleasure…
Unless, that is, you know how to unlock a woman’s primal, sexual urges.
If you’ve read up to here, you know that these urges are there — and she wants to let them out.
And the truth is, unleashing these urges is actually pretty simple. As you may have guessed, it all comes back to understanding the female brain:
How to Tap Into a Woman’s Sexual Subconscious…
Like I mentioned earlier, modern-day society seems to suppress a woman’s primal, sexual urges…
So when she’s with you, she probably won’t act on her natural impulses… instead, these urges get locked up in what is commonly referred to as her “emotional brain.”
And finally, after years of research… I’ve found a way to unlock her “emotional brain”… and give her “permission” to unleash her urges when she’s around you:
I call it, the “Physical Fast Track.”
It’s perfect for shy, quieter guys… because you don’t have to do ANY smooth-talking… or spend hours wining & dining her…
Just follow these 3 simple steps… and you can go from awkward first date handshake… all the way to same night sex… here’s how: