Mate-choice hypothesis

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The mate-choice hypothesis proposes that the female orgasm is more difficult to attain than the male orgasm because it encourages women to choose men who are caring lovers and thus will be caring fathers. The mate-choice hypothesis argues against the feminist notion of Patriarchy because it is inherently based on female choice.

The main alternative to the mate-choice hypothesis is the argument that the female orgasm is vestigal. In this alternative hypothesis women orgasm because men orgasm.

Recent research that suggests that the female orgasm lasts longer than the male orgasm which would argue in favour of the mate-choice hypothesis.

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Many feminists assert that women were only allowed to enjoy sex relatively recently. A review of history around the world demonstrates that this is false.

Cultures around the world and at different times have varied widely in their approach to female sexuality. Many historical societies, including Western Europe during the Middle Ages, argued that women have higher libidos than men. Some also believed that women experience more pleasure from sex as the ancient Greek story of Tiresias demonstrates.