March 16, 2004

She's So Hot!

POST #    855

Those that know me, know that I say that a lot of women are "hot". For those of you that don't know, this is my general term, and I throw it around often. Hell, if you're female, I might think you are hot. Well, maybe. Anyway, obviously, not everyone I see is actually hot, I just overuse the word, so it loses meaning. Or does it? Is it me? Society? Who knows?

The NY Times briefly reports on a bunch of sex studies today, which are pretty interesting. A researcher at Emory said, "One reason for the powerful response to visual stimuli in men, he said, could be cultural." Other experts believe that men became more dependent on sight than women over time because of evolution and that women may be more inclined to account for other things like how well a mate might provide for them. Other studies covered include a study recording male brain activity during orgasm, a study on sniffing T-shirts, and a study using pornography.

- NY Times: Sex and the Brain: Researchers Say, 'Vive la Différence!'

Posted by tien mao in Culture at 2:10 PM



Nice entry man!
You should visit Stockholm/Sweden. There are alot of hot women walking around here ;)

Posted by: jens at March 16, 2004 5:38 PM

you do say everyone is hot.. although i've never heard you say I was hot!

Posted by: rachelleb at March 16, 2004 10:45 PM

He has got to respond to that!! (cant wait)

Posted by: jens at March 17, 2004 4:18 AM

i mean, what am i supposed to do, tell all my friends they are hot? don't you think that would be a little awkward? they might think it was a come-on or something.

Posted by: tien at March 17, 2004 7:25 AM

It may be safer to just tell a "friend" that they look beautiful. Most of the time, though not all the time, it has been my experience that women prefer to be told they look beautiful rather than hot. But like I said, that isn't all the time...

Posted by: joe at March 17, 2004 10:03 AM

Since I am not a friend of Rachelle's I can say that I think shes hot.

Posted by: Jeff at March 17, 2004 10:08 AM

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