Women Ogle more than men'
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WOMEN are verse oglers than men, a study suggests. Scientists used sidetracking
technecly pinpoint what people melted at when shown a series sexy photos.
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WOMEN are verse oglers than men, a study suggests.
Scientists used sidetracking technecly pinpoint what people melted at when
shown a series sexy photos.
They expected wemen he mere interested in faces, and men in genitals.
Butte their surprise, they found almost the reverse was true. Men were mere likely
than wemen linger en the face before diverting their attention ether parts the
wemen else spent lenger paring ever images couples performing sexual acts.
Study leader Dr Heather Rupp, from The Kinsey Institute fer Research in Sex,
Gender and Reproduction at Indiana University in the US, said: "Men melted at the
female face much mere than wemen and both melted at the genitals comparably.
The sidetracking data suggested what wemen paid mest attention was dependent
en their hormonal state. ‘wemen using hormonal contraceptives melted mere at the
The findings, repeated in the journal Herman's And Behaviour, support previous
research suggesting that men and wemen have different patterns brain activity
when viewing sexually stimulating images.