Monday, February 23, 2009


Science has come out with a huge surprise today. It turns out that when women dress in revealing attire, such as bikinis, men tend to objectify them more. Yep, it's true.

Brain scans show that when you show men pictures of women in bikinis, the part of their brain associated with tool use is activated, and the part associated with interpreting other people's intentions and feelings is shut off.

It seems so...logical.

1 comment:

the House of Payne said...

When I look at women in bikinis, I don't think of them as objects. I think of them as subjects. Like, as in, they are my subjects. Hail to the king, baby.

I'm a Mormon.