The Human Brain is Wired for Sexting?

Ron Artest took his chances with sexting.

Have you taken some naughty shots of yourself and placed them on your Facebook page, MySpace page and/or sent them to someone else’s phone?  What about those Polaroids you and your boyfriend took of one another?  You forgot bout those.  Which means you were prone to cell porn that has now been labeled “sexting.”  And let’s not forget the celebrity exhibitionists like Rihana, Kanye, Anthony Weiner, Scarlett Johanssen.  What is the deal?  Why is everybody getting naked?

Well writer Ogi Ogas believes he’s uncovered the reason for the sexting.  He found that it’s quite natural that men and women want to take nude photos of themselves…it’s a primal response to one another.  He said:

“The source of all this au naturel flaunting lies not in the culture of fame, but in the design of our sexual brains. In fact, research has unveiled two distinct explanations: Female exhibitionism appears to be primarily cortical, while male exhibitionism is mainly subcortical.”

Meaning, women love to be desired, so they will take these sexually uninhibited photos with the hope that they will turn someone on.  Whereas men on the other hand, can’t help it.  They are naturally wired freaks that have a base primal instinct to share themselves for their own entertainment and/or pleasure.

Ogas found studies that say:

“…more than half of women’s sexual fantasies reflect the desire to be sexually irresistible. In one academic survey, 47 percent of women reported the fantasy of seeing themselves as a striptease dancer, harem girl, or other performer. Fifty percent fantasized about delighting many men.”

So it’s official! Women are givers! Natural nurturers! Who knew?  But, men are selfish sexual voyeurs that don’t think twice about exposing themselves!  Read more here…interesting.

-J.C. Brooks

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