The statements that Median % increase in penile blood flow among men exposed to the scent of roses is Four and the median % increase in penile blood flow in men exposed to the combined scent of doughnuts and cola is thirteen, Can be related in several ways. The best way to argue that the two statements are in fact related is to start by talking about the way in which our culture views sex. Our television media is filled with images of men and women eating right after sex or comparing sex to food. For example, the Diet coke commercial that shows a room service man bring soda to two honeymooners that are presumed to be having sex, or any episode of a Soap Opera where two characters are eating chocolate-dipped strawberries and having sex. Or perhaps the most recent comparison between the two comes in the movie American pie, when Jason Biggs Character asks what it feels like to have sex. The answer: Like warm Apple pie..
Then there are the commercials that equate pizza with sexual fantasies, and the Dentyne Ice commercials that relate the gum to romance. When, if ever, has a person actually won a persons heart by the way their mouth smelled alone? Even the billboard advertisements are about sex. For example, the beer billboard that has a woman dressed in skimpy clothes holding a beer. It seems to be saying if you drink this beer youll be mine. Even the magazines are in on the sexuality play. Everywhere you turn there is a magazine with a woman or man half dressed in a sensual pose.
Walker writes this poem using a potted plant as metaphor describing a woman’s role in the 20th century. The speaker in Walker’s poem describes the great depression of women during this point in time, by unfolding the difference between a potted plant and a woman. The 20th century was a time in which women were expected to do as her man said, not as he did. After World Wars I and II the ...
Playboy has always been a source of sexuality and nudity, but now event the family magazines are involved in the trend. Headlines about articles on sex adorn all of the covers of the magazines that both men and women buy. What about the song media? Yes, that too is filled with comparisons between sex and food, especially candy. One example is the song Sex and Candy, by Marcy Playground, which states: There she was like double cherry pie. I smell sex and candy here.. As well as the song Candy by Mandy Moore, whose lyrics say: Sweet to me like sugar to my heart.
Im craving for you Im missing you like candy Your love is as sweet as candy. If our media had anything to do with it, of course, men Think of sex with food rather than roses. Back to the statements in pair three, another way to look at it is that the scent of roses might make a man think of his mother and home life, so therefore, is not arousing to him. That particular scent might also conjure up thoughts of being feminine natured, and that would be a turn off. Historically, it has been the women that has stayed at home and done the cooking and cleaning for the family, while the man has gone out of the house to work. This also might explain why a man finds food more arousing than roses. The smell of baked goods might subconsciously bring forward images of the woman he loves.
There is also the statement that the fastest way to a mans heart is through his stomach to support this theory.