loonatic112358: FarkeeDeSade: [flixchatter.files.wordpress.com image 500x324]A legitimate use for the Voight-Kampff test....Your in a desert, and you see a little man in a boat, you decide to flick this man, he's there laying in his boat, soaking wet...
bobbette: comslave: Commence with the photos.Fark is not your personal erotica site.For your personal erotica site I'd suggest starting here. NSFW, extremely sexy.
bobbette: There is a big deal to be made about sexual preference if you have one that isn't the majority, because you are fewer in number and marked out as different. These things all have implications.
miss diminutive: Honestly, that's the first time I've ever heard of it although it really does make sense from the perspective you mentioned. I could definitely see that kind of physical response being a complete mindfark for those women who didn't know.
bobbette: A lot of lesbians like watching gay porn.
miss diminutive: ms_lara_croft: FTA: "Researchers asked about 300 study participants to watch 30-second videos of people of both sexes masturbating, and tracked the dilation of participants' pupils in response."There needs to be more studies like this one.I wonder if the participants were aware that they would be watching people masturbating as part of the study.I can just see some prudish type thinking they were signing up for a simple psychological study being shocked and appalled that they basically had to watch men and women touch themselves in naughty, naughty ways in the name of science.
miss diminutive: It probably should. Apparently I should be in a state of constant arousal to protect my vagina on the off chance some guy gets that rapey vibe.
One Bad Apple: miss diminutive: Study researcher Ritch Savin-Williams, a psychology professor at Cornell, said women's less-distinct preference for men may be the result of a defense mechanism that evolved to protect women from forced sexual intercourse. If a woman can become aroused with any sort of sexual simulation, the lubrication that results can protect her from injuries.Well isn't that a pleasant thought.Is it pleasant enough to get you aroused ?/Sorry//This thread is wasted in the geek tab
miss diminutive: Study researcher Ritch Savin-Williams, a psychology professor at Cornell, said women's less-distinct preference for men may be the result of a defense mechanism that evolved to protect women from forced sexual intercourse. If a woman can become aroused with any sort of sexual simulation, the lubrication that results can protect her from injuries.Well isn't that a pleasant thought.
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