In the same study, 35 percent of women said that love and intimacy were important goals of sex compared to 13 percent of men.
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This approach can be understood as part of the Great Tradition versus Little Tradition Approach approach; scholars in this vein of analysis look at the A second approach to understanding modesty and sexual tenets of Islamic texts—the Great Tradition—and restraint in Islamic cultures can be described as a compare local practices—the Little Tradition—with them.
As Baumeister and his colleagues write"Wives consistently reported that they were quite satisfied with the amount of sex they had in their marriages, but men on average wished for about a 50 percent increase.
He implies that this constraint is unjust and prudish.