Gender-specific genital and subjective sexual arousal to prepotent sexual features in heterosexual women and men.

@article{Spape2014GenderspecificGA,
  title={Gender-specific genital and subjective sexual arousal to prepotent sexual features in heterosexual women and men.},
  author={Jessica Spape and Amanda D Timmers and Samuel Yoon and Jorge Ponseti and Meredith L Chivers},
  journal={Biological psychology},
  year={2014},
  volume={102},
  pages={1-9}
}
Heterosexual women respond genitally to stimuli featuring both their preferred and nonpreferred genders, whereas men's genital responses are gender-specific, suggesting that gender cues are less relevant to women's sexual response. Instead, prepotent sexual features (exposed and sexually aroused genitals), ubiquitous in audiovisual sexual stimuli, may elicit automatic genital responses, thereby leading to a nonspecific sexual arousal pattern in women. To examine the role of stimulus potency in… CONTINUE READING
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