According to Ohio State University it is a myth that men think about sex all day every day.
The research they’ve been doing into the subject shows that men do think about sex more than women but they also think about eating and sleeping more than women. Researches had students complete questionnaires about the frequency of their thoughts about sex, eating, and sleeping for a week. The findings showed that on average women think about sex approximately 10 times a day, eating 15 times a day, and sleeping 8.5 times a day. Men on average thought about sex 19 times a day, eating 18 times a day, and sleep 11 times a day.
Following the standard held view that men think about sex every seven seconds would mean they have 8,000 thoughts about sex while awake. This is an important finding that will help correct stereotypes about men.
Frequent thoughts about sex are more connected to how comfortable a person is with their own sexuality than than what gender they are.
The study also found that women who are more concerned with social acceptance were less likely to think about sex which may be linked to the idea that thinking about sex is not a typical expectation, or stereotype, for women.
Fisher, the head researcher of the study says that society has no real reason to believe men think about sex so much more than women. There has been no past research to show that men think about sex every seven seconds.
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