You may have seen this article by Seth Stephens-Davidowitz about big data and sex in the NYT, if not it’s definitely Dadaistic and worth reading:
‘What else do men want in a woman’s body? In the no surprise department, men show a preference for large breasts. About 12 percent of nongeneric pornographic searches are looking for big breasts. This is nearly 20 times higher than the search volume for small-breast porn.
That said, it is not clear that this means men want women to get breast implants. About 3 percent of big-breast porn searches explicitly say they want to see natural breasts.
Google searches about one’s wife and breast implants are evenly split between asking how to persuade her to get implants and perplexity as to why she wants them.
Or consider the most common search about a girlfriend’s breasts: “I love my girlfriend’s boobs.” It is not clear what men are hoping to find from Google when making this search.
Women, like men, have questions about their genitals. In fact, they have nearly as many questions about their vaginas as men have about their penises. Women’s worries about their vaginas are often health-related. But at least 30 percent of their questions take up other concerns. Women want to know how to shave it, tighten it and make it taste better. A strikingly common concern is how to improve its odor.
Women are most frequently concerned that their vaginas smell like fish, followed by vinegar, onions, ammonia, garlic, cheese, body odor, urine, bread, bleach, feces, sweat, metal, feet, garbage and rotten meat.
In general, men do not make many Google searches involving a partner’s genitalia. Men make roughly the same number of searches about a girlfriend’s vagina as women do about a boyfriend’s penis.’
Read the article here.
Of course we should not jump to conclusions based on Google searches, but we should be able to recognize a ready-made when we see one:
“Women are most frequently concerned
that their vaginas smell like fish,
followed by vinegar, onions, ammonia, garlic, cheese,
body odor, urine, bread, bleach, feces, sweat, metal,
feet, garbage and rotten meat.
In general, men do not make many Google searches
involving a partner’s genitalia.”
And let’s get rid of odor anxiety, odor anxiety is just secular Jihadism.
Do you happen to have a vagina that smells like vinegar, onions, garlic or cheese? I’m interested in having a respectful but intimate relationship with you.