Antionio, I know you mean well, but you're doing it again.
For the most part, when it comes to sexual arousal (getting excited about something sexually) there are no biological differences between men and women.
So, just like some men do and some men do not find those things arousing or exciting, some women do, and other women do not. And more times than not -- with either gender -- it depends on the person and what they like or dislike about what they're looking at.
Thanks Miz Scarlet. I'm sorry about doing this again and again.
And to the REST OF YOU...Maybe I haven't discovered much about women and I guess it takes a lot of guts to know them in college. I think it's pretty simple saying college is quiet and people like their own privacy. So whose privacy can you intrude when someone don't want you bugging them ?
I don't mean to be harsh on this subject, but I really think opening up to them sexually is no way to start a conversation. ANd I never will do that unless I have known them for a long time. I'm probably the nice guy I guess.
You have to start at the begining like everyone else, you meet a girl start talking (not about sex) get to know her, maybe ask her out, you take things (the way you both want to go). Then if something happens sexually, thats when you talk about it. You ask her what makes her aroused, and whay she likes to do. Then she asks you the same thing. COMMUNICATION is the way to go in a relationship.
The things I see about colleges, they arent quite about their sexuality, did you ever see MTVS Spring Break? They are all college kids and all its about is sex.
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Antonio, you might want to ask if some females can . .. whatever question you want to ask. It helps avoid the generalisations and keeps us all happy.
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