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Last Cartoon: What do Men Really Want?

how men and women think about sex

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I’m very sorry to be telling you that this will be my last cartoon for PsychCentral for a while. 🙁 I have so enjoyed posting here, giving you some of my thoughts, and knowing you seemed to like my cartoons. Special thanks to those who shared, reposted on Facebook, Twitter, StumbleUpon, etc, and to those who cared to comment. I will really miss you guys!

Today’s cartoon is about how men and women view their relationship – and especially how important sex is to each. And to answer the question posed in the title, what men really want (at least according to my scientific cartoon), is the knowledge that they are the greatest lover in the world. And what women really want to know is: How does he stand up to everything else life throws at him? (She’s assuming he’s fine in bed. :))

Farewell for now.

Donna Barstow

Last Cartoon: What do Men Really Want?

Donna Barstow

Cartoonist for LA Times, Parade, WSJ, Glamour, PsychCentral, Barron's, Weight Watchers, and textbooks & Chicken Soup books. Author and editor of 2 cartoon books and a Barnes & Noble calendar.

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