An Expert Weighs In: Do Men *Really* Get Aroused More Easily Than Women?

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Playing An Expert Weighs In: Do Men *Really* Get Aroused More Easily Than Women?

The doctor is IN!

And she — OB/GYN Dr. Sherry A. Ross, that is — is setting a serious debate for one of our viewers!

QUESTION: Viewer Marianne asked via Facebook, "My husband thinks men get turned on way easier than women. And I totally disagree….is there any medical proof that I’m right and he’s wrong??"

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Well, Marianne, EXCELLENT news — there absolutely IS evidence that you're right!

ANSWER: "Women are highly sensitive down there because it’s composed of millions of nerve endings — similar to that of the male genitalia," says Dr. Sherry.

BUT, she says, "Us women have reason to be smug, because we have 8,000 nerve endings below the belt, while men have only 4,000 – that’s twice as many!"

(As Rach put it, "You have twice as much junk in your front junk!")

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So, yes, Marianne, you can definitely get aroused faster than your hubs!

Sorry, sir — but YES, ladies!

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