Researchers hypothesized women would look at faces and men at genitals, but, surprisingly, they found men are more likely than women to first look at a woman’s face before other parts of the body, and women focused longer on photographs of men performing sexual acts with women than did the males, the study found.
You are kidding me, right? These findings play into the stereotype that men will you know what anything. Hated phrase, but now we know – it has some truth: female genitals are the last location they’ll look at before getting stimulated. My speculation? If they can see in the face that it’s a woman, that’s all they’re thinking – that it’s a woman, done deal (again, repeating the stereotype that negates the need for the study). Likewise, for women, the results seem to indicate that size does matter.
Those of us who don’t fall into the stereotype never did anyway – and this study just confirms that too. Woohoo. Not.
The only thing surprising is that someone is spending money on these studies. Especially if some branches of society are working to regulate the bewhosis out of the sex industry.
Oh – what was their goal?
The study, funded by the Atlanta-based Center for Behavioral Neuroscience (CBN), was designed to help researchers understand human sexual desires and its ultimate effect on public health.
Are researchers really the people who need to understand human sexual desires and those desires’ ultimate effect on public health?
What does “ultimate effect” mean? What ultimate effect? Which ultimate effect? Perpetuity? Extinction? What?