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We would all like to eat the exact same kinds of things, and we'd all be perfectly happy with that all the time.
If our bodies all operated identically, we would all need exactly the same diet and nutrients, get hungry at the same times, and like and dislike the same foods. In fact, if someone told you it was supposed to be that way, you'd think the idea was pretty ridiculous. We are all different, even though we share the same basic physiology.
Judging from some of the comments that post received, a number of readers thought I might be ignoring the other half of the equation—men who cheat.
(The highly misogynistic nature of a few of the comments suggests that at least a few male readers were I’d leave the men alone.) But now that blog is here. Men are somewhat different than women when it comes to cheating, and a lot of that difference arises from the fact that men tend to define infidelity rather loosely.
But there are certain physical, hormonal and psychological mechanics that typically come into play for most people, and understanding those is what we all need to lay the foundation for understanding how sex works for ourselves and for our partners.