All rights reserved. Pictures of scantily dressed women cause a region of the male brain associated with tool use to light up, a new brain-scan study reveals. Sexy women in bikinis really do inspire some men to see them as objects, according to a new study of male behavior.
Aussie brand Beginning Boutique's skimpy swimwear range was first brought to our attention at the weekend, when one mum recreated the brand's model shot to show how ridiculous the pants are. And she's far from the only one who's confused, with one promotional shot of the thong bottoms and crop top racking up more thancomments and 35, shares in just a few days. One woman commented: "I had a less intrusive smear test today", while a second joked: "I can't even sit like this in a normal bathing suit without my camel trying to stick its toe out and test the water.
New research shows that, in men, the brain areas associated with handling tools and the intention to perform actions light up when viewing images of women in bikinis. The research was presented this week by Susan Fiske, professor of psychology at Princeton University, at the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Although consistent with conventional wisdom, the way that men may depersonalize sexual images of women is not entirely something they control.
But those search results are not the product of sexist engineers. Facebook search is governed in part by an algorithm, which favors the most popular queries over those made less often. Algorithms can be biased and they can mirror prejudices that already exist in society.
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These are photos of beautiful black women. Look at how wonderful they look in their bikinis. Highest praise to these ladies and their photographers.
Before the pools are uncovered, before the Memorial Day barbecues start smoldering, and while the wind is still whipping down city streets, celebrities get the hell out of dodge and hit the beach. Sounds nice, doesn't it? They take some good pictures, too. Here are some famous people enjoying warm weather—and looking good while doing it.
A well-known turtle researcher who was being honored last week for his lifelong scientific achievements ignited a controversy when he gave a presentation on river turtles that also included revealing photos of women in swimsuits. The researcher, Richard Vogt, was being recognized as a distinguished herpetologist — a scientist who studies amphibians and reptiles — at an annual meeting of herpetologists and fish scientists in Rochester. His plenary lecture on Thursday contained photos of men and women doing research in water environments, including a handful of scantily clad women whose torsos were censored with blue boxes, according to several people in attendance.
Rachel Hollis' photo went viral for all the right reasons last week - and now thousands of other women are following her example. Remember Rachel Hollis? The mother of two went viral for all the right reasons last week when she posted her bikini photo online. The post came with an inspiring message telling women to be proud of their stretch marks.