I was talking with a friend of mine yesterday.
I asked her: "What is the wildest, craziest thing you have ever done?" Believe it or not, I wasn't trying to be sexually suggestive in any way at all, but she took it that way.
This isn't the first time this has happened, and we ended up discussing which gender thinks about sex more. I dunno if it was this particular girl, but she said that "It's probably true that we think about sex more than guys."
Now I am wondering what the masses of MTF's opinion about it is. I personally think that women on average think about sex more than men do. Taking things I say with a grain of sexual innuendo salt, for example.
Well they certainly think more about it than me
-Don't you just hate it when you're making a line and girls think you're there to talk to them.
-Walk late at night and women on the street start walking faster
you think wtf do i look like a rapist?
-Ever tried talking to girls cuz you're bored? They act as if you want to get married
...heck girls add you to FB and that equates sex to some of them.
I think you're just interpreting those real life situation to mean the opposite of what they really mean.
The situations you described do not suggest that women think about sex more than men, but that they have been taught that MEN think about sex all the time.
So yes, they are afraid when they're walking in the streets by themselves, because they've been taught to be careful of rapists (also they have often been taught that it's more or less their fault if they get ***** but that's another matter).
They will also be suspicious when you talk to them, especially if they don't know you and you just come up to them and start chatting them up. When they see "sexual innuendos" everywhere, it doesn't mean that THEY are thinking about sex, but that they believe that YOU are.
And to be honest, everytime I tried to think "let's be nice to this guy and assume that he just wants to chat and nothing more", it turned out that I was wrong, and more often than not, the very same guys who protest that they aren't looking for sex if you get suspsicious will also be those who get mad at you for "leading them on" if you do chat innocently with them and then refuse to go any further (and then, good luck to get rid of them).
So really, the answer is simple, as Habibko said:
women are different individuals with different levels of libido, same with men, any attempt to answer the question is a faulty generalization.
And the reason why you notice the behaviours you're talking about is simple too: men and women alike are taught that it's natural for men to be horny while it's not really acceptable for women to show sexual desire.
Thus, women will be likely to interpret a man's behaviour as horny, and this will be reinforced by the fact that in everyday life men are really encouraged to show their desire more than women (thus what you see in real life seems to confirm the stereotype).