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Body, Sexuality

A Billion Wicked Thoughts – Ogi Ogas and Sai Gaddam

A Billion Wicked Thoughts: What the Internet Tells Us About Sexual Relationships
A Billion Wicked Thoughts: What the Internet Tells Us About Sexual Relationships

A Billion Wicked Thoughts: What the Internet Tells Us About Sexual Relationships

This book taught me so much about people.   When you read about what people are actually searching for when they are alone, it is quite interesting.

Many may believe they know what people like but it is only when individuals are alone that they decide what they want to search.    Based on what you see in the media you can make a lot of assumptions on what people like most but when you read this book, you will see that this is not the case.

-Rosemary


“Informed by 18,000 interviews and bold insight from neuroscientists Sai Gaddam and Ogi Ogas, this groundbreaking study will likely rock many people’s perceptions of what stimulates males and females. The surprising results not only demonstrate people’s needs, but the needs of people’s mates as well.” (audible.com)

Originally posted 2016-06-04 16:18:59.

Body, Mind, Sexuality

Kinsey The Movie
Human Sexuality

Since I am fascinated with human behavior and the mind, in college I took a class called Human Sexuality.   This class was very interesting.   The entire class had discussions on the subject and I learned a lot.    In my Human Sexuality text book we studied Alfred Kinsey and so this is why I watched this movie.   If you are interested in watching a great movie, watch this.    This movie may be uncomfortable for some people but I liked it.

-Rosemary

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alfred_Kinsey

“Life story of Alfred Kinsey, a man driven to uncover the most private secrets of the nation, and a journey into the mystery of human behavior. In 1948 Kinsey irrevocably changed American culture and created a media sensation with his book “Sexual Behavior in the Human Male”. Using the technique of his own famous sex interviews, story recounts the scientist’s extraordinary journey from obscurity to global fame. Rebelling against the rigid piety of his home life, and drawn to the world of the senses, Kinsey becomes a Harvard-educated zoologist specializing in the study of gall wasps. After being hired to teach biology at Indiana University, Kinsey meets and marries a witty, freethinking female student, Clara McMillen. In the course of his teaching he discovers an astonishing dearth of scientific data on sexual behavior. When students seek him out for advice about sexual concerns and problems, he realizes that no one has done the clinical research that would yield reliable answers to their questions. Inspired to explore the emotionally charged subject of sex from a strictly scientific point of view, Kinsey recruits a team of researchers, including Clyde Martin, Wardell Pomeroy and Paul Gebhard. Over time they refine an interviewing technique, which helps people to break through shame, fear, and guilt and speak freely about their sexual histories. When Kinsey publishes his Male study in 1948, the press compares the impact to that of the atom bomb. But as the country enters the more paranoid Cold War era of the 1950s, Kinsey’s follow-up study on women is seen as an attack on basic American values. The ensuing outrage and scorn causes Kinsey’s benefactors to abandon him, just as his health begins to deteriorate. At the same time, the jealousies and acrimony caused by Kinsey’s attempt to create a private sexual utopia threaten to tear apart the research team and expose them to unwelcome scrutiny.” (Youtube.com)

Originally posted 2016-06-06 19:27:37.