What people say turns them on isn’t always what does

Just started reading A Billion Wicked Thoughts by Ogi Ogas and Sai Gaddam and I came across a bit of information that piqued my interest.

There always seems to be a large disconnect between what people say turns them on and what actually does. In A Billion Wicked Thoughts the authors analyze this through people’s use of the Internet to find sex and sexual images. To do this the authors studied the secret sexual behavior of more than a hundred million men and women around the world by examining what they do on the Internet. To this end they “analyzed a billion web searches, a million websites, a million erotic videos, a million erotic stories, millions of personal ads and tens of thousands of romance novels.”

So beware, I may be sharing a freaky fact or two with you as I read this book.

The first little discovery of theirs I found interesting is what group sex situation men prefer. Publicly men (including Adam Carolla) say the only threesome scenario acceptable is two women and one man (FMF). However, men’s online porn viewing habits show a whole different scenario. Although websites that show FMF porn are popular there is only one website on the Alexa Adult List that is dedicated to multi-female/one male sex, yet there are 381 websites that are dedicated multi-male/one female sex. It seems what men say and what they are paying to watch while masturbating is completely opposite.

On the PornHub Top 300 most-viewed group sex videos list 14.7 percent are multi-men/one woman and only 8.3% are multi-woman/one man.

So ladies, you may think your man wants you to share your girlfriend with him (and I’m sure he won’t mind), but he’s really about you getting banged by him and a few of his closest friends after the Super Bowl party.