Usually in popular culture it's considered men sexual desire is stronger than women. This seems to be congruent with the availability of sexual related items for men and women, such as magazines, movies, and more. Trying to understand if there is a biological connection to this, I found these paragraphs in some articles.
Estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone are hormones that affect a woman’s sexual desire and functioning.
When it comes to sexual desire, the most influential hormone is testosterone. Though it’s often considered a male hormone, testosterone — like estrogen– is present in both men and women, though the proportions differ between the sexes.
On average, in adult males, levels of testosterone are about 7 to 8 times as great as in adult females. As the metabolism of testosterone in males is more pronounced, the daily production is about 20 times greater in men
Is this greater production of testoterone in men related to a stronger sexual desire? Is there any research studying this, or studying differences between male and women sexual desire intensity in general?