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Male sexual arousal with repeated exposure to erotic stimuli
Male sexual arousal across five modes of erotic stimulation | SpringerLink
One hundred male and female undergraduate students viewed erotic slides depicting a wide range of human sexual behaviors. Each subject rated the stimuli on three criteria: sexual stimulation, liking for the slide, and extremeness of the behavior portrayed. Following the rating session, subjects completed Thorne's Sex Inventory, which theoretically measures psychosexual adjustment. Results indicated that males and females reported minimal sexual stimulation and minimal liking for the slides, but males in general reported greater sexual stimulation and liking than did females. In terms of rated extremeness, males and females showed quite close agreement, differing significantly on only one slide. It was also found that males rated a greater number of the slides considered to be the more extreme as more sexually stimulating and more liked than did females.
Andy Warhol’s erotic male drawings to be exhibited for the first time
Andy Warhol, one of the most celebrated American artists and face of pop art, will have his previously unpublished drawings on topics like love, desire and sex shown for the first time. According to a report in The Guardian , The Andy Warhol Foundation will share a study which details the way he presented young men when they were alone. The same report states that, in the s, when he tried to exhibit these in New York, he was discouraged by homophobic reactions. A post shared by The Andy Warhol Foundation warholfoundation.
Penile circumference changes and subjective sexual arousal were recorded when erotic material depicting the same sequence of events was experienced in five different modes: film, slides, spoken-text, written-text, and fantasy. Twenty-four men were tested within a repeated-measures design, with the order of presentation of modes counterbalanced across subjects. Sessions were separated by 24 hr or more. The highest levels of physiological and subjective arousal were found for film, while fantasy produced the lowest level of arousal.