According to the survey conducted by the online dating site, OkCupid of more than 400 thousand members of its site, approximately 62% of women enjoys hard or rough sex.
This is why, according to researcher Nicole Prause, being bitten, scratched or spanking increases blood pressure and heart rate as a response to pain, but when this happens during sex, some people interpret it as excitement.
Another survey, cited by MensHealth, reveals that 62% of women like to be pulled by the hair, while another 60% like to have their partner take control of the situation.
Rough men drive women crazy, you wonder why, but bad boys in bed make them lose consciousness. Women like to be taken to unimaginable sex roads, so they prefer that their men be dominant in bed.
What makes women love rough sex?
The first thing to think about is that sexual relations and sexuality, in general, are natural. During the act, we are in a totally primitive, sublime and vulnerable moment in which we must enjoy. It is also true that although we advance by leaps and bounds, society judges a woman much more than a man in terms of sex.
And rough sex is the one that goes beyond the conventional, socially accepted terms and in which practices such as anal sex would come into play. Hence, women refrain openly talking about sex because the world is very varied and no one would not like to feel pointed out. A woman is supposed to be polite and shy, hence in bedroom when it comes to intimacy dominance from their male partner give them a sense of control over their own body and mind. This may sound ironic but the more a woman is strong in the outer world, the more she loves to lose control in the bedroom.
What do women consider as rough sex?
The one that goes beyond the conventional, of the socially accepted and in which practices such as anal sex. From that awkward posture against the headboard that you may regret the next day, to the ties, the hair-pulling or the strangulation drills, there is a wide strip for experimentation. To be precise, sex without 'mimitos'. The one that means the male partner is quite close to the wild or too passionate. Maybe even with some violence, but without getting hurt.
What is the difference between rough sex and BDSM?
The second one, which is BDSM is more 'labelled' and the first one is freer and less prepared, it can increase in level on the fly, without having it planned. In that sense, it can be more molar. While BDSM includes specific clothing and fantasy, rough sex is more improvised.
BDSM is more of role-playing of master/slave, which sometimes may be 'dangerous', for which a limit must be agreed upon. So, if you now think about being rude to your partner in bed, remember that the intimate act is of two people, therefore, you should know if your partner is really interested in having rough intimacy.