2nd February 2007 - 04:17 PM
wow. "Sociologist watches people in porn stores....reports opinions." Is researching in a pornography store sociology"s version of "hard" science?
2nd February 2007 - 05:18 PM
Notes this thread.
How formalized society is structured on Earth, acts sometimes as an insulator.
So this action automatically identified the male, as an isolate felon.So he is therefore always a potential criminal, with regards to various actions.
There is a time manifold to this study.
These are the marcations of time resident A. where a liberal attitude within society might pervade, however these is less pressure, so the colloquial stance of the seeker of sex, has less demands placed upon them.
*The natural, is that robutus man, a variant in any form, is a hunter, so is strolling over the hill in an abstract natural setting, sees the female and a plethora of social actions could commence at this point in time?
4th February 2007 - 07:04 AM
They have the ideal T-Sirts for those people here. You've probably heard of the TV series: CSI (Crime Scene Investigation).
The T-Shirts are PSI. Porn Site Investigation.
5th February 2007 - 01:23 AM
STAGGERBOT, It may be 'hard' science for the men, but for women it could reach the state of 'orgasmic' science! The researcher was a woman. I wonder if she was getting paid for her research. Sociology, here I come!
kaneda, You should copyright that, unless CSI can't take a joke!
6th February 2007 - 07:28 PM
Her bias is stunning. Throughout is her stated objective to find out porn and sex shops affect violence against women. Despite recent studies that show female on male violence is a larger issue but unspoken of due to social expectations that men are aggressors and women universal victims.
"There was one older woman with gray shoulder-length hair wearing Birkenstocks who felt so comfortable with her sexuality that she waltzed straight into the shop and announced in a voice loud enough for the whole store to hear that her vibrator had broken in use."
This is entirely too cute in description and I wonder what the evidence is that this woman is comfortable with her sexuality. It is equally likely that she is hiding her discomfort in overt displays, akin to a closeted homosexual making overt homophobic remarks.
Stunningly bad science.
7th February 2007 - 05:49 AM
There is this idea that women do not like porn. They do but what they don't like is when other women show the truth, that they are not special in any way but just one of billions. If a man begs hard enough they'll let him have a kiss or even sex but these women are giving it away, ruining their charade.
9th February 2007 - 08:47 AM
Say what you want, men are conditioned to be macho. That's why you see some men be overly shy to the point it is uncommon for males to purchase sex toys. Guys think "only losers buy fake vaginas". Women find it normal to purchase toys of their own (which explains the woman complaining about her broken vibe).
11th February 2007 - 11:24 AM
Women are definitely more at ease with their own bodies and with sex than men are. There was a magazine in England called Cosmopolitan which featured naked men in. It ended with a lot of gays buying it as well as some women.
11th February 2007 - 07:11 PM
Diamond Jim, It sounds like you hit on another sociological research topic. Got your PhD. in sociology yet?