"In the two days or so of the ovulatory phase—the time when women are most likely to become pregnant—they gravitate toward men with more "masculine" traits. That means a man who sports a leaner, V-shaped body, and a face with a squarer chin, straighter, heavier eyebrows, and thinner lips; one who speaks in a lower-pitched voice, and displays more aggressive, dominant behavior. When a woman is in the follicular or luteal phases—during which the uterus sheds its lining and then builds it up again, and in which she generally cannot become pregnant—she prefers men with softer features, less-defined bodies, higher voices, and a gentler manner."Translation: Women want to be dominated when they're fertile and dominate when they are not.
Interesting, huh? Even more interesting for me is that, being a female w/a cycle, I can do a little unofficial experimentation using myself as the participant. Here's what I found.
The last 6 weeks or so I started watching the show "Criminal Minds" after one of my co-workers recommended it to me. I was told the psychological puzzles would tickle my brain in ways that only Freud can. My co-worker was right. However, my something else also felt a bit tickled after being introduced to 2 particular characters on the show:
Derek Morgan (played by Shemar Moore):
Dr. Spencer Reid (played by Matthew Gray Gubler):
|Wishing he knew what booty was like|
Some days I can't help but fantasize that I'm the one he's handcuffing for being so naughty.
|"M'am, I'm gonna need you to drop your panties"|
Other days my mind won't stop ruminating on the thought of handcuffing Dr. Reid to my bed after having him read me a bedtime story from the Kama Sutra. Oh, the things I'd do to him!
|Ooh, baby! I love it when you talk nerdy to me!|
My co-worker said this show was right up my alley but she never mentioned that a couple of its characters would get up my something else.
|Decisions, decisions. Am I in a sadistic or masochistic mood tonight?|
I am insanely weird. . .