I'm a woman who has sex with men. Not including my first partner, who wasn't into satisfaction ever being mutual (and therefore I wasn't particularly into having sex with him), I think I've wanted sex more often than any of my male partners. It's been stressful at times, I think mostly because of that stereotype. We both feel like they "ought" to want it more than I do. On some level I really struggle not to assume it must be something wrong with me that makes them not live up to the caricature of a sex-crazed man who would have sex constantly if only his gate-keeper female partner "let" him. I think in that way it's a pretty damaging stereotype for both men and women.
With my current partner, things are better and I worry less, because even though he might not want to have sex quite as often as I do, he really likes watching/making me orgasm as well. It's not as nice as sex, but it has both the physical satisfaction and the togetherness elements, and to some extent I still feel like I'm pleasing him.
I think a lot of my earlier sexual relationships especially would have been healthier if it weren't for the cultural image saying that women aren't supposed to want sex.