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All three of your possibilities had to due with biology, which was assumed to be an endpoint of evolution.
Here are the 3 causative factors on the subject of declining female orgasm that I mentioned earlier
(read the comments beneath each causative factor):
A) Does it indicate insufficient arousal? Or
JOEL: Arousal is more psychological than biological. With the pleasure center which is the stuff of mind matter embedded in gray matter responsible for pleasure sensations thus sexual feelings first manifest in the mind in that zone or in related centers and then express themselves in the body through the usual symptoms of arousal. a person may have perfect biology but if his mind is tired, uninterested, feeble or stressed out he loses interest in sex. Sex is more mental than merely physical.
B) Does it indicate destruction/desensitization of the vaginal nerves leading to the pleasure center in the brain? Or
JOEL: Here, the stress is on the physical with reference to destroyed/damaged/desensitized nerve endings leading to the pleasure center in the brain which perceives the incoming impulses and reacts accordingly on a psychological and a physical level.
C) Does it mean that a woman is so dissociated in mind that she randomly picks up any available man for sex without being sure if she's attracted to him or not - a kind of obsession with sex that fogs the brain causing it to make random and bad choices?
JOEL - mental dissociation is purely mental o could be brought about by physical trauma.
Everything in nature and being is an expression of mind-matter mechanism at work.