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when does a women get horny more often?

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Aphrodisiacs are a myth. Drugs exist to fuel arousal for both sexes. That being said, arousal is thought to be affected hormonally by ovulation and chemically through birth control however sexual arousal is complicated and is therefore largely determined individually.
streetthunder, do you want to know from a biological point of view? Or are you just attempting to spam, if so this is your first warning (If you post inappropriate content you will be suspended). If you are truly studying please phrase your question more appropriately.
Gotta have the right chemistry and physical attraction. The key is treating her right aka she is the only girl in the world.

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