This is why a woman's sexual desire for her husband diminishes over time.
At the same time her sexual desire for other men is increasing.
At the very base of this principle is the understanding of a woman's psychological need for a variety of sex partner's.
Psychologically, women are hardwired differently than men. The first is centered on finding a mate for life to help support her and her offspring.
Stimulation of her nipples and clitoris at the same time will give her a yet another unique intense orgasm.
Her ultimate height of pleasure is found in oral or manual titillation of her clitoris while simultaneously having her g-spot stimulated.
If anything, this reduction of risk intensifies her drive to seek pleasure.) As a result, women can experience a wide range and intensity of sexual pleasure and diversity of orgasm.Compounding this is that nature has not only given women a two prong and exponentially stronger sex drive than men, it has also given women the ability to experience a far greater quantity, intensity, and variety of sexual pleasure and orgasm than men.This is nature's way of motivating a woman to seek out sexual activity considering the risk she bears in doing so.Her older or same age husband, on the other hand, wants sex far less than his wife, oftentimes lasts only a few minutes before he reaches orgasm and then, no longer interested in sex, leaves his wife unsatisfied and frustrated.As a marriage continues this discrepancy in sexual needs increases dramatically, usually to the breaking point of a wife secretly finding a lover or lovers outside the marriage.