A new study from the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology and sponsored by the lad’s magazine FHM found that women who self-identify as heterosexual become aroused when exposed to stimulating female images.
Gerulf Rieger, AKA “Randy Rieger,” who was the psychology lecturer that led the study explained to SoSoTrue: “Most women responded to both videos of attractive men and women with substantial [genital] arousal as well as pupil dilation, which is basically the technical term for that they got wet and bugged-eyed when we showed them racy images. This means their physiological responses were bisexual, regardless of how they actually self-identify. So what this means is no matter how much your girlfriend says she isn’t attracted to her hot best friend, guys now have science to apply added pressure to have a threesome.”
It also found that none of the women were more attracted to males. In particular, if it was an image of their husband’s, arousal just plummeted, thereby totally destroying the theory that dadbod’s are hot. Of all 354 participants, Rieger said, “none of the women, not even straight women, responded more strongly to males than to females.” Not one! Once these finding were released their department held a big party celebrating their research. Female employees were encouraged “to get it on” as way of celebrating science suggests Randy Reiger.
He also said that before all the guys out there get too excited, they should keep in mind these findings also apply to your mother and sisters — and let’s not forget granny-on-granny action. Furthermore, previous studies have shown that men’s arousal isn’t limited to either male or female either. Rather any object that is roundish or anything with a snug enough hole is all fair game, scientifically speaking that is.