Female arousal is far from a simple matter.
You may have known this already, but now there’s a scientific study that proves just how complex a woman’s mind can be when it comes to intimacy.
As it turns out, a woman’s brain is far more stimulated than a man’s when they are aroused.
Researchers at McGill University in Canada conducted an experiment with 20 men and 20 women, each of whom was shown erotic film clips while their brains were linked to two scanners.
The first was an MRI machine which tracked the stimulation in their brains while the second measured levels of arousal via a heat-seeking camera that targeted participants’ genitals.
While the difference between male and female brain stimulation was not massive, scientists noted a consistent disparity between the two which showed women had higher levels of brain stimulation than men when they were aroused.
“There were no brain regions in men with stronger brain-genital correlations than in women,” the study states.
News credit : independent