Thursday, April 28, 2011
INTERNET SEX STUDY
On 28 April 2011, we read that scientists have been studying one billion online sex-related searches from around the world.
A new book called "A Billion Wicked Thoughts", by Ogi Ogas and Sai Gaddam, provides the details.
Ogi Ogas was a biodefense researcher at MIT and a Department of Homeland Security fellow.
Internet sex study reveals what people really want / Huge Internet Sex Study Reveals What People Really Want
The top searches are:
'Straight' women 'enjoy' reading about and watching romances between two men.
'Straight' men enjoy a wide variety of erotic images, including both elderly women and transsexuals.
Gay men and straight men have the same favourite body parts, which in order are chests, buttocks then feet.
Men fantasise about group sex more than women, and picture more men than women in the action.
Straight men have a fascination with other men’s penises.
“The research, as far as I can tell, is pretty damn sound,” says Dr. Stephen Snyder, a sex therapist in private practice in Manhattan for over 20 years. “They worked very hard to acquire a large data set, and they found some very, very interesting stuff.”
Psychologist Donald Symons says 'Ogi is convinced that when people are searching for things, it’s primarily for sexual arousal. I’m not so sure about that. If there was a porn star with three breasts - I bet there would be a zillion hits. Would that be a sign men were suddenly aroused by that? I think not.'
Posted by Anon at 9:18 AM