By Lisa ReinhardThe National Review published an article this week titled “The Beauty and Sex of Women” (and it was published with a caption that said “For readers with a more basic understanding of beauty and sex than you may be comfortable with.”)

The article is a summary of some of the key points of the book by author Lisa Reinhardt, a professor of gender and sexuality at the University of Massachusetts Boston.

It also includes a few links to a number of books, websites, and articles that are helpful to readers who are just starting out.

Reinhardt argues that the beauty and sexual experience of women and men are fundamentally different.

She writes that:1.

Beauty is the product of two biological processes.

Beauty and sex are two sides of the same coin.2.

Men and women both have an internal “sex-drive” (which is, as Reinhardt explains, a way of “regulating” sex drives in women).

This is why men and women are attracted to each other sexually, but women often get turned off by sex.3.

Men’s sexual desires are different from women’s.4.

Women’s desires are often more complex and flexible, and may be affected by their individual personalities, health, and life circumstances.5.

The sexual experience and feelings of women depend on how they are raised and what they experience at home.6.

There is an intimate connection between sexual desire and sex, but this relationship does not always lead to sexual satisfaction.7.

Sex is a “process” and women and women’s sexual experiences can vary greatly, and there are no universally accepted “right” way to experience sex.8.

The body is more complicated than people think.

Women are biologically more sexual, but biologically it is only the part of the body that is controlled by the male sex-drive.9.

Women have an innate “love drive” and a need to be intimate.

This is a biological drive, not a cultural one.10.

Women can enjoy sex and pleasure differently depending on how much money they earn.11.

The experience of sex is subjective, and the “rightness” of a woman’s experience depends on how she experiences her body.12.

Women feel different sexually, emotionally, and physically depending on their personality.13.

Men are biologically driven to pleasure themselves and to feel sexually aroused.14.

There are some biological differences between men and other men.15.

Some women may feel less sexually aroused when they are drunk.16.

Some men have an “autobiographical” desire to please others.17.

Some people who experience “sexual arousal” may experience the “sex drive” or “sexual desire” differently.18.

Women may experience a sense of “over-sexualization” or an inability to control their desire for sex, and a “need to be protected” or a “sex crime.”19.

There’s more to the “beauty” of women than looks, but the sex-positive view of women’s beauty is grounded in reality.20.

Some beauty products may help women “feel” more beautiful and sexy.21.

Many women are born with certain characteristics that make them more attractive to men.22.

Women also have a “sexual drive” that is more driven by feelings than by physical characteristics.23.

Women, because of their biology, can experience different levels of sexual arousal.24.

Some types of women experience “discomfort” when it comes to sex.25.

There may be some differences between the sexual experience for men and for women.26.

Some studies show that women are less sexually satisfied when they have more money.27.

Some researchers have argued that “sexual satisfaction” can be linked to the quality of sex.28.

There has been some debate about whether it is possible for men to experience orgasm.29.

There have been some studies suggesting that men’s sexual fantasies and experiences can influence the level of orgasm they experience.30.

The average woman can experience orgasm twice as often as a man, but most women experience orgasm about five times as often.31.

Women sometimes get the idea that they are being sexual when they don’t want to be.32.

Some research suggests that women have a harder time controlling their desire to have sex.33.

Some sexual practices, like watching porn or masturbating, can make women feel more sexual.34.

Some cultures view sexual activity as a “choice,” while others view it as a duty.35.

Some societies view sexual practices as “normal,” while some cultures view them as “sinful.”36.

Some beliefs about sexuality can be difficult to change.37.

Some religions hold that sexual activity is a divine gift.38.

Some religious beliefs are “patriarchal.”39.

Some social conventions discourage or discourage sex between men.40.

Some communities may consider it “un