CC Ādi 4.257

doṅhāra ye sama-rasa, bharata-muni māne
āmāra vrajera rasa seha nāhi jāne
Synonyms: 
doṅhāra — of both; ye — whatever; sama-rasa — equal mellows; bharata-muni — the saintly person named Bharata Muni; māne — accepts; āmāra — My; vrajera — of Vṛndāvana; rasa — mellows; seha — he; nāhi — not; jāne — knows.
Translation: 
“The sage Bharata has said that the mellows of lover and beloved are equal. But he does not know the mellows of My Vṛndāvana.
Purport: 

According to expert sexologists like Bharata Muni, the male and the female enjoy equally in material sexual pleasure. But in the spiritual world the relationships are different, although this is unknown to mundane experts.