In order to detect the extent to which women are sexually stimulated while watching pornographic films, two American professors Michael Byry and Meredith Kiwis tested 29 female college students at Northwestern University in the United States. The researchers asked them to watch videos of some pornographic films and quantitatively evaluated the degree of sexual stimulation received by the subjects using detectors.
The 29 female students who participated in this test received £ 53 each. So far, the test results show that both sexual and lesbian pornography can cause sexual stimulation to the participants.
Last year, the two researchers conducted similar tests on some male participants in the Chicago area. The results showed that non gay male subjects were generally not sexually stimulated when watching gay porn, while gay male subjects were not sexually stimulated because of watching porn between men and women.
In an interview with reporters, Professor Bailey said, "Research shows that women, regardless of whether they are homosexual or not, are sexually stimulated by pornographic images between the sexes or between the same sex." Professor Kivis added, "Those women who participated in this testing activity found it very interesting because so far, research on the issue of women being sexually stimulated has been very limited