Sex physiology, sexual orientation, and sexual orientation vary according to gender and age. The cycle of sexual response is very similar in men but very different in women; The reaction of this cycle in adulthood is delayed by both sexes. Although hormones have been shown to have an effect on male sexuality, their effects on female sexuality have not been stated. Along with sexual desire, age also changes. It reaches an earlier peak in men than women, but it is also less common in men of increasing age. Over the past three decades, the number of masturbating girls has increased exponentially. The difference between sexes in terms of sexual orientation is most evident in those with sexual difficulties: men perceive their problems as physical problems in isolation, and women often see their sexual and sexual problems as related Partner or work problems.