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IN Lifestyle ON 01 Aug, 2016
Libido a.k.a. sex drive has been a topic of interest to scientists around the globe. A reputable sex therapist and clinical psychologist, Sandra Pertot, developed the concept of different types of libido. She also presented the role of libido in relationships in her books.
What are you like in bed? Are you passionate, playful, or passive?
Know the different types of libido as defined by Dr. Pertot and find out which category your sex drive fall into!
During sex, emotional intimacy > physical performance, all the time.
Making love is your go-to activity in love, stress, and everything else.
You are too worried about underperforming that you might as well not do it, terrified not to satisfy your partner.
You don't need another person to satisfy your sexual cravings because a DIY orgasm is just as good, and instant.
Only the sexually passionate goes through your great wall of emotions.
Your sex drive controls you and takes over your life. You are totally your libido's slave 24/7.
While you can't please everyone... pleasing your partner hypes you up. Your sexual pleasure is derived from your partner's reaction.
You demand for the sex life that you deserve. But FYI, an everyday-sex kind of couple is a rare Pokémon!
You need a certain situation or object (commonly known as fetish) to get you in the mood and enjoy sex. Anastasia Steele knows this tie a little too well.
You belong to the 1% of people who deviate from Maslow's infamous pyramid.
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