Not tonight dear, I’ve got a huge stonk-on!

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THE the­ory that men and women are dif­fer­ent when they ex­press de­sire has been de­bunked, ac­cord­ing to sci­en­tists.

The study by McGill Univer­sity in Canada dis­cov­ered that even though men have an erec­tion, they do not al­ways want sex.

Psy­chol­o­gists have con­ducted a unique study into the minds and bod­ies of both gen­ders to find out what hap­pens dur­ing arousal.

De­spite pop­u­lar be­lief, ex­perts claim men are just as likely as women to say, “I may look like I’m ready for sex, but I’m just not that into it”.

Re­searchers tested 140 straight men and women, aged 18 - 50.

They mea­sured gen­i­tal tem­per­a­ture – for lev­els of arousal – and found an im­por­tant dif­fer­ence be­tween men and women was that a lack of de­sire to have sex in girls led to arousal is­sues dur­ing sex.

But for men, erec­tile prob­lems dur­ing sex of­ten led to a lack of de­sire to have sex.

The study also un­der­mined be­liefs about mas­tur­ba­tion and sex­ual fan­tasies be­cause they do “not nec­es­sar­ily” in­di­cate a de­sire for in­ter­course.

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