However, I suspect this would not be the case for men.
If two men were hooking up, I suspect that their masculinity and sexuality would be questioned by others. If you really believe that women aren't turned on by male-male sex, then you're very naive.
So ladies, the next time you’re at a party considering hooking up with your best friend or that hot chick from across the room think twice about who you’re really doing it for. Is this further evidence that women are objectified - or are there other reasons? Not to mention how alienating it would be for other ppl present.You can follow my posts through twitter and facebook. This is a great question and one that I would like to explore further on this blog. In line with your suggestion, girls and women are sexually objectified and used to satisfy others' desires in the media (pornography, advertising) more than men.Thus, it's not really surprising that when this behavior manifests in their everyday lives that it turns men on.Yost and Mc Carthy also described firsthand accounts of women’s motivations behind this behavior.At the top of the list, 56% of women reported a desire for male attention, including “turning on” a boyfriend or communicating sexual availability to eligible bachelors.
script he reads may as well come in a box with a big bow on top of it.