You've likely already considered women's sex drive is more vulnerable than men's. Women's sexual desire is definitely more sensitive and influenced by far more factors... attitudes, religion, peers, education, values, and of course cultural and social cues all mess with our heads more. Even our bodies are against us with the hormone roller coaster every month.
To challenge your satisfaction even further, your desire stimulus is more complicated than for men, and the path to orgasm is layered with subjectivity, emotions, intimacy and fantasy, and your orgasms can often seem to be just beyond your reach.
And then when you figure you've finally got it all figured out nature redefines what it means to be a woman with menopause and all its frustrations.
The cure for men?
Throw some testosterone at 'em and it will cure whatever ails them.
The solution isn't as obvious for women. And women seem to be less responsive to drugs and medical marvels.
The scales are not balanced and there is nothing fair about it.
Assuming you have given yourself permission to have sex and orgasm, and want to actively promote and maintain feelings of desire and sexual pleasure naturally, soothe stress and support healthy energy levels - you can find balance in your life.