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However, I suspect this would not be the case for men.If two men were hooking up, I suspect that their masculinity and sexuality would be questioned by others. If you really believe that women aren't turned on by male-male sex, then you're very naive.Yost and Mc Carthy offer some further insight in this regard, reasoning that hooking up with other girls doesn’t represent true empowerment if it occurs due to pressure from other people.While many women noted that they felt powerful from arousing sexual desire in men and engaging in sexual experimentation, only 16% of the women reported this in the absence of explicit pressure from others.So, while it may be true that men aren't likely to make out with their bestie at a party in order to titillate the ladies, it's completely untrue that women aren't into such 'objectifying' displays.I don't think it's true that women aren't turned on by two men kissing. And it's for the same reasons as I assume men like seeing women kiss each other - it's an opportunity to watch sex or a sexy scene without any distracting womanly bits that I'm not interested in in the way.
According to a recent study, a full one-third of straight college women (that’s right, we’re not focused on straight men or lesbians here) answer “yes” to this question.Sure, women can now sometimes openly display their sexuality (if they are young, attractive, White, heterosexual), but if it’s still directed toward garnering men’s attention, it sounds a bit more like oppression disguised as empowerment. Women are not aroused from watching men interact sexually with one another. I think that there would be no dude in the room who would not think I gave everyone an invitation to see and use me as a tool if they desired.So ladies, the next time you’re at a party considering hooking up with your best friend or that hot chick from across the room think twice about who you’re really doing it for. Is this further evidence that women are objectified - or are there other reasons? Not to mention how alienating it would be for other ppl present.Yost and Mc Carthy also interviewed straight women who reported publically making out with other women.The key findings include: All of the incidences occurred when the women were drinking alcohol as well as prompted by others (e.g., boyfriends or “dare” games).