In it, Neville, a lecturer at the University of Leicester in the Joint Kingdom, investigates what women enjoy about consuming gay male erotica and how it fits in with their perceptions of gender and show-off-your-tits sexuality.
Back in 2015, the wildly in favour online pornography locality Pornhub — which boasts over and beyond 115 million routine views — published a verdict that took sexuality researcher Lucy Neville nearby surprise: Women are responsible in requital for more than a third of the site’s gay manly porn views.
Varied of the women with whom she spoke said "a lot of the problem they take with heterosexual porn is that they nave on the female trunk" without paying reasonably distinction to men.
Neville interviewed and surveyed more than 500 women for five years seeking the project.
"A batch of ways it can play unconfined with men is more enticing, more experimentation, more blatant to negotiation." "What women liked most back male-male porn is versatility, and with heterosexual porn you are going to get penetrated ultimately, and that’s insensible," she added.
"They create it entirely liberating, the idea that you could sham or guess yourself as a fellow or someone who is gender-fluid," Neville explained.
The verdict planted the motivating factor in spite of what would at the end of the day become a soft-cover, "Girls Who Like Boys Who Like Boys," which was published earlier this month. "As a person, I’ve ever done that, too, but I musing I was a shred of a weirdo. It was compelling to call up that half the test had done that."