It’s official from a Princeton University study that men like women clad in bikinis. Someone needed a study to come to that conclusion? Every women’s libber knows that males are sexual pigs and no study is required to prove it. All that needs to be done to rectify male sexist tendencies is to force some sensitive feminine socialization on the sexual miscreants at a young age and mold them into becoming better human beings. That’s what is being done in both schools and sports. Feminists are diligently working to turn the otherwise future testosterone laden pigs into whimpering wimps as if they are little lumps of clay to be molded to the feminist desire. I think that it is working; turning them into wimps, that is.
But wait, what is this from the study?
Although consistent with conventional wisdom, the way that men may depersonalize sexual images of women is not entirely something they control. In fact, it's a byproduct of human evolution, experts say. The first male humans had an incentive to seek fertile women as the means of spreading their genes.1
"They're not fully conscious responses, and so people don't know the extent to which they're being influenced," Fiske said. "It's important to recognize the effects."1
What the...? Letting those pigs off the hook like that is downright un-feminist!
Both women and men have something to learn from this line of research, Raison said. Women should be aware of how they are perceived when wearing provocative clothing, and men shouldn't let feelings of impersonal sexual longing interfere with their more personal relationships with other women, including female friends.1
Oh, you think that women actually don’t know what they are doing when wearing provocative clothing? It is called baiting the hook, isn’t it?
Here’s a great line from the article.
"Many men make foolish choices because of sexual attraction," he said.1
Foolish choices? Ya think?
Oh well. It’s hopeless. I still like bikini clad women no matter what level my testosterone. Or, is it because of the testosterone?
1. Men see bikini-clad women as objects, psychologists say