HOW PORN KILLS YOUR NEURONES EVEN FASTER THAN COCAINE

Many psychologists believe that men have evolved to pursue lusty, busty women who are willing to engage in casual sex. According to Paul Wright, Ph.D., an assistant professor at Indian University who researches the social aspects of sex, that may be because a woman’s appearance can give more clues to her reproductive potential than a man’s can. However, Emory University research suggests that men and women are similarly interested in visual sexual stimuli, but what they find sexually interesting definitely divides along gender lines. “Men prefer novelty, while women are more interested in stable dynamics,” says study author Heather Rupp, Ph.D., now a research fellow at the Kinsey Institute.Pornography solves a primal problem for men: It offers easy access to commitment-free sex with multiple partners. Throughout human evolution, a man’s reproductive success increased if he inseminated as many women as possible—ideally those who were young and beautiful, since both qualities signaled fertility and health. Women’s success, on the other hand, would have been enhanced by selecting men with both resources and an interest in parenting, says Wright. “Men still have instinctual preferences today because those preferences served a reproductive purpose for their ancestors,” he says. “Men’s modern environment has changed dramatically, but their evolved sexual preferences have not.”
A man’s physical response to porn—faster heart rate, increased bloodflow, erection—is preceded by a deeper neurological process, which scientists have attempted to capture through brain scans. The results have varied widely. “There are so many moving parts in this equation,” says William Struthers, Ph.D., a biopsychologist and the author of Wired for Intimacy. “How old is the man? Is he involved in a sexual relationship? Is he regularly masturbating? People think sex is always the same. It’s not. You look at food very differently when you’re hungry compared with when you’ve just finished a meal.”
 

Refer to:
“Fight The New Drug”, August,2014

RAUL VILLAMARIN RODRIGUEZ

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Co-Founder/ Co- CEO

IRIANS- The Neuroscience Institute

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