Sometimes deciphering texts from men can be like translating ancient Greek. Is he really “LOL?” And when should you stop sending him that floating question mark after he is—or isn’t—ignoring you?
Women tend to experience desire after they’ve already started fooling around, while men experience “spontaneous desire.” This difference can create the appearance that male desire is stronger, when that’s not necessarily the case.
A specific accomplishment can act as a springboard for other seemingly-unrelated accomplishments. Let’s call this the “Wow, Look at What I Did; I Wonder What Else I Can Do” model.
There’s a much deeper, and darker look at what’s really going on in the heads of men. As a doctor who has spent decades treating men for every type of sexual dysfunction, Dr. Morgentaler is perhaps the best source on this topic.
Even though women are happy to ogle Ryan Lochte, plenty of men without his body type—even when we ignore penis size—still manage to find mates and procreate. Even George Costanza.
The reality is that most men have an ever-changing and highly complex relationship with our sexy videos.
Men are enigmatic creatures. Here are the answers to the questions you’ve been too polite to ask him straight from the source…
Guys: remember that scene in Die Hard when John McClain’s wife is held hostage? John emerges slowly from that dark tunnel and drops his gun, sacrificing himself for her. Just think of romantic comedies like that scene, except without the guns, and an hour and fifteen minutes longer.
Even understanding the chemistry behind our hard-ons is of secondary importance. That is, where our boners come from is not as important as how we feel about them.