November 29th, 2004

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09:20 am - on hot lesbian action... (and hot boy on boy action, too, for that matter...)

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on hot lesbian action... (and hot boy on boy action, too, for that matter...) - graffiti.maverick — LiveJournal

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[User Picture]From: katieboyd Date: November 30th, 2004 - 05:22 pm (Link)
1. female
2. bi
3. eh. depends. is it good? yes, there is a such thing. some porn is better than others. it does sort of turn me on, yeah. bad porn offends me. just kissing? usually rather uninteresting unless preceeded by lots of plot and/or backstory as to why the kissing is supposed to be important.
4. pretty much the same as #3
5. I've honestly never seen any guy-on-guy porn, so I have no basis to judge. Generally, when I've watched porn it's at someone elses suggestion, or at least input. no one else seems to want to watch it. it hasn't really occured to me to be currious enough to insist on suggesting it. I'd suspect I might get the same answers as above but can't be sure. I imagine there might be less of a 'turn on' due to not having a character which I can identify with and be mentally placing myself in their role. Don't really know, though.
[User Picture]From: chrismaverick Date: December 1st, 2004 - 06:34 am (Link)
Hmmm... this brings up an interesting point. I wonder if there is a distinct difference between men and women there. Perhaps men prefer to view women and imagine the women might want them while not being distracted by other males in the fantasy, whereas women prefer to be able to relate themselves to a female character in the fantasy. Maybe this is related to the higher (perceived) incidence of bisexuality in women these days. Perhaps not.

I did write a paper back as an undergrad where I argued that the reason that both men and women's pop fashion magazines (say Maxim and Cosmopolitan) as well as male and female targeted advertising featured sexy women was because with men the concept is to create the idea that the viewer might possess the subject, whereas with women the concept is that the viewer might become the subject. Should I ever actually manage to become a grad student, this is something that I really think I'd like to look more into.

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