Dave Stancliff Study says male rats like tiny jackets on their girls – equates findings to men turned on by lingerie blogarama.com

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Study says male rats like tiny jackets on their girls – equates findings to men turned on by lingerie

Rat lingerie

Good Day World!

Who pays researchers to study human sex habits by using rats as examples? 

Really? Rats…

(Photo by Gonzalo R. Quintana Zunino)

Male rats that are turned on by female rats wearing tiny jackets, no less! Guess what? These brilliant researchers have concluded – based upon those tiny jackets – men associate sex with lingerie.

Apparently the researchers weren’t aware of Victoria’s Secret, but I digress.

In what can be generously called an unusual study, intrepid researchers allowed virgin male rats to have sex with females wearing special rodent "jackets."

Later, when scientists gave the males a chance to mate again, they preferred to mate with jacket-wearing female rats rather than with the unclad ones. (Go figure)

These earth-shaking findings suggest that male animals can learn to associate the sight and feel of clothing with sex. [51 Sultry Facts About Sex] Who would of guessed?

In other words, male rats learn that "each time my partner wears lingerie [a jacket], I'm going to have sex," said study co-author Gonzalo R. Quintana Zunino, a psychologist working in the lab of psychologist Jim Pfaus at Concordia University in Montreal. 

The findings were presented Nov. 17 at the 44th annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience in Washington, D.C.

Time for me to walk on down the road…

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