Sex, Women and the Truth About What Women Think...
by Kevin Hogan
There are about one billion women that a given man would agree
to have sex with, right now, first meeting, if only one of the
collective "she" would ask.... And these men freely admit this to
But men rarely get asked for such activity, except of course, by
social psychologists doing research...
On the other hand, those same men are far more picky about who they
would have a relationship with, or even consider trying to.
(Surprisingly complex thinking, given the subjects are men!)
60% of women report they would never have sex with men, right
now, at the first meeting, when asked.
(There is an exception.
70% of women who say they enjoy the taste of beer, are open to
sex with men on the first meeting.)
There is an attractiveness threshold in some research however that shows
that women will jump just as quickly, if the man is attractive enough.
Having observed both men and women in for quite some time, I
recognize that men aren't typically heading back to the hotel room with
other men and it isn't one woman for every 10 men. A lot of women
are not being totally forthright in sex behavior research reporting
...and I don't blame them a bit.
That's what the research tells us from numerous recent studies.
Men are so different than women in so many fascinating ways that I figured
we might as well let the kitten out of the bag and look at some of
the most recent, fascinating and sometimes uncomfortable research.
Attractive Women "Sell"
Everyone knows that attractive women (not women, but attractive women) on the cover of magazines... sell magazines...but "attractive" has a number of different sub-typologies that most of us don't consciously think about...
Funny thing is, to men there are far more types of attractive women than there are to women. (What? Men are more complex in some life area other than women? Yep, it's true. Stop the presses!)
Let's begin with "a gimme" in the world of influence...
I give interviews about these kinds of things to a slew of female
reporters from magazines such as Cosmopolitan and First for Women.
What is important to YOU is that I also get to ask questions as to what the
writers are trying to connect with in the minds of women.
In other words, the magazine writers know their audience. They know what
their audience thinks, believes, and does.
The fact is that women are different from men, but not in many of the ways you
For those of you in sales and marketing..here's your $35 million
worth of free consulting to find out what women FEEL, what they
THINK, what they REACT to and every now and then I'll chime in with a
response about men. (Men really don't require much analysis...)
Hold on tight.... this is pretty intense and often uncomfortable stuff.
The Six Types of 'Attractive'
A while back, I told you that fashion editors (both male and female) at some of the big shot New York magazine publishers distinguished six types of beauty in women. The researchers launched the study with the original goal of determining what sort of models epitomized six different types of beauty —
Here's what they determined:
- “classic feminine,”
- “sensual exotic,”
- “girl next door”
- “sex kitten”
Know your market.
Know how they think.
These six types had also been identified as advertising archetypes by earlier researchers.
What happened in the most recent study where women actually were asked what they thought?
Well some massive shockwaves were felt. Why?
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