Friday, September 16, 2011

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women dressed in bikinis pose for a photographer on Sydney's Bondi Beach in this September 26, 2007 file photo, setting a Guinness world record for the largest swimsuit photo shoot which has since been beaten by a recent photo shoot in Guangzhou with 1,202 people.

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Scientists have demonstrated something that many women suspect and most men would admit only to themselves: pictures of scantily clad females turn women into sexual objects in the minds of men.

Feminists would no doubt see the discovery as the science of the bloody obvious, but the researchers claim the results demonstrate just how pictures of bikini-clad women affect the inner workings of the male brain.

The study found that the part of the brain that keeps in check a man's sexual hostility towards women is deactivated when he is shown images of women in bikinis. The findings also support the idea that pornographic images turn women into commodified objects in the minds of men, the researchers said.

"It is as if they are reacting to these women as if they are not fully human," said Susan Fiske, professor of psychology at Princeton University, who made the study on 21 male undergraduates using a medical scanner to analyse their brain activity.

She said: "I wouldn't argue for censorship, but I would argue it is important to know about the impact of the images you are showing."

The study focused on a region of the brain called the medial pre-frontal cortex, just above the eyes, which when activated seems to damp a man's tendency to express hostile sexist thoughts about women, Prof Fiske said.

Men who express the strongest sexist tendencies tend to have a less active medial cortex. It becomes deactivated in men who are the most hostile to women, but only for women in bikinis, she said.

"So basically, they are likely to treat these women as objects. It is only a preliminary study but it is consistent with the idea that they are responding to these photographs as if they were responding to objects rather than people."

It was "shocking" to find that the pictures of scantily clad women deactivates the medial pre-frontal cortex, Prof Fiske said.

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Women had no any rights few centuries ago.  Men were the laws.  Men treated women badly and treated them worse than animals.  Women were only babies and biological energies vessels to men.  This could be the problem of men after all.

Susan Fiske and colleaegues at Princeton University studied the male behaviour when they are looking at women in bikinis.  The researcher announced in annual meeting of American Association for Advancement of Science held at Chicago that the brain region that is associated with tool use lighted up when men were shown the photos of skimpily dressed women.  The researcher also found that when these men were shown sexually appealing photos, the brain part for human interaction had no activity.

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