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, researchers at the University of Rochester found that men who are shown pictures of a woman in a red dress want to ask her more amorous questions than men who are shown a picture of the same woman wearing blue or green. (More on Time.com: 5 Little-Known Truths About American Sex Lives) “In prior studies, we’d shown that men view women in a red shirt or with a red background as sexier,” says Professor Andrew Elliot, the lead author of the paper. We wanted to know if this led to more amorous behavior.” Researchers gave male university students photos of a woman, told them they were about to meet her and asked them to choose some questions to ask her from a pre-selected list.
Women in red elicited more come-on type questions like, “What do you like to do on dates?
Frustratingly, even within the most LGBT-friendly circles, you encounter the idea that “there’s no such thing as a bisexual man.” Researchers have quite clearly laid this myth to rest with a study recently published in the (1).
Researchers recruited straight, gay, and bisexual men, and exposed them to a variety of erotic film clips.
It is clear from this study that these individuals were not “pretending” to be bisexual.Not only were participants asked to rate their subjective feelings of arousal in response to the clips, they were also connected to physiological equipment that measured changes in genital arousal.As would be expected, heterosexual men responded with much more subjective and genital arousal to films containing women rather than men, and vice versa for gay men.In a previous study conducted by Elliot, having red on the cover of an IQ test led to lower scores.So is red a come-hither color because we’ve all grown up seeing red on heart-shaped candy boxes on Valentine’s Day, on sexy Uhura on , on the covers of romance novels, or on Michelle Pfeiffer makin’ whoopee?
Bisexuality is the tendency to be sexually attracted to both men and women.