In what is being touted as the biggest sex study since the release of the Kinsey Reports, Ogi Ogas—a former biodefense researcher—has found that when it comes to sexual preferences, we’re all a lot kinkier than we’d care to admit.
Operating under the theory that people don’t lie to Google, Ogas analyzed the logs of billions of online sex-related searches from around the world, emerging with he deems a comprehensive and complete look at our sexual i.d. His findings are chronicled in the new book, A Billion Wicked Thoughts co-authored with Sai Gaddam. Here’s a glimpse at what they discovered:
Straight men are pretty kinky and prefer heavy to thin women. So kinky, in fact, that they enjoy a variety of erotica, including websites devoted to elderly women and transsexuals. Even better, the research shows that straight men prefer heavy women to thin ones.
Gay men and straight men aren’t all that different. Interestingly, gay men and straight men have identical body part preferences—they favor the chest, butt and feet, in that order. Just, you know, on different genders. The research also showed that straight men have a fascination with other men’s penises, although it is not certain whether this is a conscious or unconscious fixation. Also, gay men enjoy straight porn.
Foot fetishes are totally normal. When women have small feet, it is a sign of high estrogen production. Since that, in turn, is a sign of fertility, men are wired to look for small feet.
Women enjoy gay romances. The ladies love reading and watching romances between two men. But it isn’t the sex that pulls them in; it’s the emotion between the two characters. Ogas uses Brokeback Mountain as an example—the largest audience for the film was straight women.
Strength in numbers. When it comes to fantasizing about group sex, men do so far more than women, and even picture more guys in the mix.
by The Punjapit Alliance