Luckily, the association between testosterone and female sex drive is pretty well established now.
Studies have shown, for instance, that a woman's testosterone levels rise during ovulation and there's a corresponding rise in frequency of intercourse during this time.
A lot of this androstenedione is converted to estrone, a form of estrogen, but some of it can and is converted to testosterone.
If you need a real-life example of the power of these chemical precursors, consider the hyena, which is a matriarchal species where females run the show.
They might dress a little modestly, hoping to blend in rather than stand out.
They might not understand all the fuss about sex and when they do give in (they rarely initiate), they usually don't experience much satisfaction.
Sure, men typically make 8 to 10 times more testosterone than women every day, but that doesn't mean the average healthy man is 8 to 10 times more masculine than the average healthy woman, especially as evidenced by some of the men walking around Whole Foods nowadays.