Thinking about your own body, the way it is changing and the many thoughts and feelings you are having during puberty can make you 'feel sexy'. Learning how to manage these sexual feelings isn't easy; it is all part of growing up. As you reach puberty, there are lots of changes happening in your body that may affect your daily lives, your feelings, your relationships with others and how you see yourself. Life can be pretty confusing as you deal with these changes but it can also be exciting and wonderful. The sex hormones your body is producing may cause you to have sexual feelings. Sometimes they make you feel sexy.
Sex can be the ultimate expression of romantic love and intimacy. Or an emotional roller coaster. Or a tension reliever. It can be all of these things and more.
Sex can be fun, liberating and utterly wonderful. But not always. Sometimes it feels like something is missing after sex. Women want closeness after sex more often than men. On the other hand, men more commonly want to get away, new research confirms.