(Redirected from Secondary sexual desire)
Sexual desire is the desire to have sex with someone.
Primary and Secondary
- Primary sexual desire is the desire to engage in sexual activity for the purposes of personal pleasure whether physical, emotional, or both.
- Secondary sexual desire is the desire to engage in sexual activity solely for the sake of the happiness of the other person involved, or for another ulterior motive such as the conception of children.
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