"What can I do to turn my wife on?" a reader asked. "Don't tell me flowers, poetry and chocolates?"
Dear Reader of the Closed Mind, sometimes the traditional ways are best. Numerous studies have shown the correlation between chocolate and sexual desire in women--and on the arousal power of words and a good voice. If you are a regular reader of SexyPrime, you know I have a crush on Dan Taylor, The Morning Man on 101.1 in New York City. Inspired by that crush, I did some research last year, resulting in a science post on the power of aural arousal--and I am still hearing from women who 1. are also aroused by a sexy voice and 2. share my crush on DT. In fact, every time I mention him on SexyPrime, I get emails from my sisters of the DT crush. We should form a group and have a monthly champagne breakfast with that voice on the sound system. Possibly an unrequited crush is best shared in the company of other crushers. (Oh, right, that is the concept behind fan clubs. I am late to the celebrity crush.)
Now reader, more news: Psychologists at Muhlenberg College in Pennsylvania were looking for evidence of a purely evolutionary aspect to female desire. They didn’t find that. (Modern women are more complicated than ovulation equals desire.) Rather, the evidence seems to indicate that women’s desire is not strictly linked to fertility. Read Stephanie Pappas’ report on Live Science.
The women in the study viewed Georgia O’Keefe’s suggestively anatomical flower paintings and compared them to less sensual works of other artists. They did find the flowers sensual and arousing. I didn’t need a research grant to figure that out. Women love O’Keefe who gave us the floral version of beautiful vaginas.
The first step of my revolutionary no-fail sex technique, The Orgasm Loop, is Visualize Arousal, inspired by O'Keefe. I teach women to choose a mental arousal image and focus totally on their own arousal with that image in mind. So many women pick an O’Keefe flower.
So dear reader, buy those chocolates and flowers and write her a poem, then read it to her in your most masculine voice.
See if you can get DT to record some poetry for me.
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