Spartan Life Coach: Women have a “sexuality”, men have a “sex drive”

A very good explanation from Spartan Life Coach on women’s “sexuality” and men’s “sex drive”:

He explains this difference between the sexes very well and his words jibe with my own experiences and assessment. Though I too possess a fairly high sex drive and assertive “hunting” inclinations that have allowed me to generally relate to males to an extent on that level, distinct differences exist in the psychologies we bring to the table, and unavoidably so.

** Update years onward: Richie (a.k.a. Spartan Life Coach) made some good points at times on his channel. But by mid-2014 I came to realize his channel was going off the rails in its quest to label damn-near everything narcissism. So I eventually quit watching and subscribing. Back when I was a subscriber to his channel I did try out one of his package offerings that you pay for so as to gain more in-depth information, and I found it severely lacking of content that wasn’t already publicly (and freely) addressed on his YT channel. So, with all that said, my leaving this post up on here is in no way intended to advertise nor endorse the Spartan Life Coach channel. Buyer beware.

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4 Responses to Spartan Life Coach: Women have a “sexuality”, men have a “sex drive”

  1. Darren says:

    What about gay males? We tend to be all sex drive. Is that why lasting gay male relationships are so hard to come by? Or why so many gay male couples negotiate open relationships? I know that it’s quite different for lesbians.

    • Byenia says:

      Perhaps you’re right and that is why gay males have a harder time staying together or remaining monogamous. I won’t claim to know for sure. *shrugs*

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