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Scientists believe they’ve finally discovered what turns a woman on
Ask a man what the magic formula is for turning on a woman sexually and you're likely to be met with a heaving shrug. For years, scientists have been just as perplexed. And to a large degree, arousal has mystified even women themselves.
The couple only stopped when a second naked man walked in and told them they were in the wrong flat, it is claimed. A naked man and woman burst into an year-old pensioner's home and started having sex in front of her, an MSP has claimed. The elderly woman was left horrified when the couple suddenly entered her flat through the unlocked door and began romping in her front room. The shocking lovemaking session only came to an end when a second naked man walked into the home and told the naked couple that they were going at it in the wrong flat.
The belief that men are more likely to get turned on by sexual images than women may be something of a fantasy, according to a study suggesting brains respond to such images the same way regardless of biological sex. Writing in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences , Noori and his colleagues report how they came to their conclusions by analysing the results of 61 published studies involving adults of different biological sex and sexual orientation. The subjects were shown everyday images of people as well as erotic images while they lay inside a brain-scanning machine. Noori said all participants rated the sexual images as arousing before being scanned. Previously studies based on self-reporting have suggested men are more aroused by images than women, and it has been proposed that these differences could be down to the way the brain processes the stimuli — but studies have returned different results. Now, looking at the whole body of research, Noori and his colleagues say they have found little sign of functional differences. For both biological sexes, a change in activity was seen in the same brain regions including the amygdala, insula and striatum when sexual images were shown.