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Thursday, 04 March 2010

MEN KNOW WHEN THEY’RE AROUSED…WOMEN NOT SO MUCH!


When it comes to sexual arousal, a woman's mind and body are less in sync than a man's, a review of research finds.

Men who reported feeling turned on tended to also sport an erection, while a matchup between the mind and body wasn't so consistent for women, according to the review published online Jan. 4 in the journal Archives of Sexual Behavior.

"We wanted to discover how closely people's subjective experience of sexual arousal mirrors their physiological genital response — and whether this differs between men and women," said researcher Meredith Chivers, a psychology professor at Queen's University in Canada.

Chivers and colleagues reviewed more than 130 studies published between 1969 and 2007 involving participants' arousal responses. In total, the review included more than 2,500 women and 1,900 men.
Men's subjective ratings of arousal were in agreement with their body's level of sexual arousal about 66 percent of the time, while women's were in line only about 26 percent of the time.

"The general pattern that I have seen in my laboratory is that women experience a genital response but do not report feeling sexually aroused," Chivers told LiveScience.

Overall, the findings suggest women and men have different experiences of sexual arousal.

"For men, their experience is strongly related to physiological arousal whereas for women it is less so," Chivers said.

Supporting the conclusions, a study reported in 2003 showed men's arousal clearly tracks sexual orientation, with gay men getting turned on by images of men, and straight guys by images of women. In contrast, that 2003 study showed both heterosexual and lesbian women were sexually aroused by male and female erotica, regardless of their sexual orientation.

Figuring out how measures of arousal (mental vs. physiological) differ between men and women will help scientists study human sexuality and understand the nature of these differences, Chivers said.

7 comments:

  1. This is so true - sometimes a man passes by and my tool does all the talking - like the KORN said A.D.I.D.A.S (all day I dream about sex)!

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  2. I guess I'm really not suprised at the finding from this research although; I have had women tell me that they get very moist down there when they get aroused and a very intense feeling takes place, kinda like our errections when we become excited.

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  3. I love how scientist are forever conducting expiriments on the fricking obvious.
    I could have told you men get erections when looking at porn.
    I think these cheeky bastards are just dirty minded pervs who wanted a peek at a bunch of naked horny people.
    :D

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  4. I am friends with a lesbian couple that watch, make love to & get off on male gay porn. Really.

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  5. EDUARDO - MY THOUGHTS EXACTLY!

    STEVEA - L(O)L!

    CHET - MOST WOMEN I KNOW TRY TO PRETEND LIKE THEY DON'T GET AROUSED...

    COGENT ASCENDING - I HAVE NO PROBLEM WITH THEM TAKING A PEEK @ A BUNCH OF NAKED MEN L(O)L!

    STEPHEN - I CAN BELIEVE THAT, I HAVE A FEW LESBIAN FRIENDS THAT LOVE GAY PORN!

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