Saturday, December 24, 2005

What girls like is stimulation


Shere Hite has written a book on male sexuality: 'Oedipus Revisited'.

It was Hite who discovered that women prefer clitoral stimulation rather than vaginal penetration. She also discovered that the typical man does not marry the person he loves.

These messages are repeated in Oedipus Revisited.

Hite explains that men do not particularly like being in love, because that means feeling out of control.

Men are more likely to find a wife with whom they feel safe, rather than a wife who pruduces turbulent emotions.

Oedipus Revisited: Sexual Behaviour In The Human Male Today (Arcadia, £15.99) is published on December 31 2005


The scientist gasps and drops the binoculars...

A female ape wraps her legs around another female, "rubbing her own clitoris against her partner's while emitting screams of enjoyment."

Some studies, notably Alfred Kinsey's Sexual Behavior in the Human Male (1948) and Sexual Behavior in the Human Female (1953), have indicated that the majority of people appear to be at least somewhat bisexual. The studies report that most people have some attraction to either sex, although usually one sex is preferred. According to some (falsely attributed to Kinsey), only about 5-10% of the population can be considered to be fully heterosexual or homosexual.

Bisexuality has been observed in over 500 species ....


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