The magazine Playgirl famously launched as a source of sexual imagery targeted at presumably heterosexual women. It just as famously ended up with a readership of mostly homosexual men. The issue with such studies is the social and cultural baggage about sex and desire that women likely bring into a controlled laboratory environment. With the goal of stripping away that baggage and focusing only on a biological response, a research group has collected and processed brain-imaging findings from 61 relevant studies, producing a result likely to generate some controversy. His team sought to look more holistically at brain networks that respond to visual sexual stimuli while excluding influences such as touch.
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Sexual attitudes and behaviors in ancient Rome are indicated by art , literature and inscriptions , and to a lesser extent by archaeological remains such as erotic artifacts and architecture. It has sometimes been assumed that "unlimited sexual license" was characteristic of ancient Rome. In the popular imagination and culture, it is synonymous with sexual license and abuse. But sexuality was not excluded as a concern of the mos maiorum , the traditional social norms that affected public, private, and military life.
When it comes to men and sex , women may be missing a big part of the story. From the role of porn and the strength of libido, to the importance of physical attractiveness and the desire to chase, popular culture paints a picture that doesn't always match the reality of what happens behind closed bedroom doors. The project was based on interviews with and survey responses from more than heterosexual men about their sexual desire. They ranged in age from 18 to 65, and all were in long-term relationships or married. As men age, their sexual desire decreases.