Straight Females are Bi

That’s basically the title of this article on Female Sexuality.

It references a study which found that women who identify as straight apparently got aroused by looking at other women. I haven’t looked into the study but let’s assume that these findings are correct. I don’t think this is surprising, although the title is misleading.

According to a non-scientific poll I watched as part of a sketch show, if I remember correctly, men reported that they prefer to watch porn in which the man had a large penis. This shouldn’t be surprising either.

Additionally, body parts are only part of the equation; men and women, perhaps on average to varying degrees, are also excited by the movements of the body, body language, facial expressions, personality, a shared past, romantic build-up, pheromones, (perfume?) and so on.

We can also be certain that many animals have same-sex relations, whether they’re gay or bi and whether it’s forced or for other purposes than sexual pleasure.

I also recall something about how the heart-rate of someone watching sports on TV rises when the athletes on screen exert themselves.

The explanation for all this is our imagination:

We imagine that we are in the porn movie, we identify with at least one of the participants, including mentally replacing their erogenous zones (which is basically the entire nervous system) with our own. Possibly, we might imagine ourselves as a ghostly extra wheel, but probably in at least some capacity we feel participatory, as if your genitals/sensors could astral travel. I call this the floating genitalia hypothesis.

We imagine doing the things they are doing to the other person(s) and their body-parts.

We imagine the resulting emotions and sensations of the person (or at least the body/erogenous zones) we identify with.

We often imagine the emotions and sensations of the other person as well, even though they may have a different gender, both when watching porn and when having sex. In a situation where a man and a woman have sex, the man might not fully understand the clitoris or female nipples, but he can still recognize something similar to his own pleasure in the body language, moaning and facial expressions of the woman. If the man sees, or participates in, e.g. the rubbing of the clitoris (I know, I make it sound so romantic) that triggers the association to his penis-rubbing experiences despite the man’s lack of experience of having a clitoris.

A person with a penis has a large concentration of nerves in a small part of the body. In our minds it may therefore seem bigger. It also concentrates the sexual experience to the penis. ‘Thinking with your cock’ or ‘not having enough blood to operate the brain’ refer to this neurological situation. The brain is not entirely disconnected from the sexual experience of course, it’s still a necessary component. An interesting aspect of nervous activity is that even if your own nerves are distributed in a different way compared to a person with large breasts and/or nipples, you can still imagine what it feels to the other person like when you touch them. I don’t know if there is a physical limit to how big the difference can be before you can’t make the connection, but I guess the answer to that lies in how the hypothetical mirror neuron system actually works. I also don’t know why most people don’t prefer to have sex with people who are identical to themselves; it seems easiest to imagine what the other person is experiencing (and thereby boosting your own experience) if you were homosexual.

P.S. Also, why limit yourself, fuck around if you feel like it. Even if we have very specific appetites and even if those choices are mostly determined for you by genetics, epigenetics or whatever, attraction is still a compound of different types, like pheronomones, lips, butts etc and creates more of a web than a clear ideal, catching a wide range of types of fish. There is ample evidence that other animals don’t conform to the standard binary in terms of attraction, and thus fuck around. More accurately, they go with their gut feeling, which is to be expected when it comes to seeking emotional kicks. They are still influenced by tangible biological phenomenon like pheromones, just as we are, but they are not restricted by social constructs like gender and sexuality and so their behaviour is way too unwieldy to be crammed into these boxes.

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The following clip illustrates the floating genitalia hypothesis, specifically a case of a cock-substitute. The hypothesis applies to everyone, but the example video is probably designed foremost for heterosexual males, who account for the majority of visual porn consumers. If you do have a cock you might imagine that it takes the place of a certain device in the video. In this case, you might even imagine that your one cock takes the place of two such devices in two different places simultaneously. In addition you might imagine that the cartoon character is actually a human and really does have such big breasts and really does look almost flawless and that the video is actually a real event taking place right now where you are. The fact that we can imagine all these things, with ease, is evidence for the floating genitalia hypothesis. I’m not sure that’s a good name for it because ultimately it’s a matter of imagination, which takes us beyond actual genitalia. We can move any parts anywhere in our imagination, you can put a tail on someone, or make a fluorescent green, disembodied tongue or whatever. There doesn’t have to be any visual stimuli to build on, you can create anything ex nihilo in your mind. Obviously it has to be neurologically connected to something that makes you horny, but beyond that stipulation anything goes.

The objectification of a body occurs when we stop imagining that said body contains thoughts and emotions like our own, so it is not necessarily connected to our ability to imagine our own body in physical connection with other bodies and the sensations we feel ourselves in this encounter. In other words, having a great ability for imaging something happening to you physically does not mean having a great ability to imagine the thoughts and feelings of another person, although they also don’t rule each other out. Do you wonder what the character could be thinking?

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Pornographic or Mature content according to WordPress.

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While you’re at it, try to make the next gif sexy by using your imagination.

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