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This Is When Women Are At Their Horniest

If you’re planning a booty call or wondering why she’s not interested in sex anymore, read on.

According to a survey featuring 2300 men and women, you and your partner’s sexual clocks might be out of sync.

New research from sex toy retailer Lovehoney found that men and women feel horniest at opposite times of the day.

For males, morning is the time of the day when they want to unload, which doesn’t surprise us. Previously, we reported on the medical phenomenon – nocturnal penile tumescence or otherwise known as ‘morning wood’.

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Between 6AM and 9AM, men are stinging for some action while peak lovemaking time is 7:54AM. Experts suggest this is down to increased levels of hormones in the morning. 

Meanwhile, if you’re planing on sending out a booty call, we hope you haven’t got an early bedtime: for women, between 11PM and 2AM is when they’re most likely to want some action – you can improve your chances by flicking that text at exactly 11:21PM, according to findings. 

“This shows that there are big differences in sex o’clock between the sexes,” says Lovehoney co-owner Richard Longhurst.
 
“Men are ready for sex just before breakfast whereas women most want passion last thing at night.
“What is encouraging is that most people tend to find sexual happiness in the end with a partner with similar needs.
“But Lovehoney has found that most of us do have a few difficult relationships with lovers whose sex drives are different from our own along the way.”

By Mens Health Staff

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