If there is one thing we know about men and sex, it’s that men are always in the mood. Any time, any place. Right?
Actually, maybe not.
Men’s sex drive has long been depicted as high, simple, and unwavering. But new research around men’s desire tells us this is far from true, and that health, sex, and relationships are limited by long-held misconceptions. In actuality, these preconceived notions may be negatively impacting your most intimate relationships.
In Not Always in the Mood: The New Science on Men, Sex, and Relationships, sex researcher and relationship therapist Sarah Hunter Murray presents a lively, timely, and critical exploration of the newest, most surprising science on men and sex.