Violent Video Games Intensify Sex Desire And Make Players Feel Sexy: A Research Report Revealed

By Subhro Prakash Ghosh | 2 years ago
Violent Video Games Intensify Sex Desire And Make Players Feel Sexy: A Research Report Revealed
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A miraculous report is out by a team of Australian researchers after surveying 500 males and females video gamers, which directly deals with the desire for sex and appealing looks. Now, to judge your necessity to be a violent video game enthusiasts or not, you are ought to go through the report. The ultimate decision is yours.

The Australian researchers have recently discovered that the motivation for playing violent video games is very closely linked to a person’s desire for sex. On the contrary, playing violent video games made the women feel sexier and more appealing to their partners.

The survey was conducted on 500 American adult men and women video game lovers by Michael Kasumovic, an evolutionary biologist, and Tom Denson, an associate professor of psychology at the University of New South Wales Australia.

Their research showed up that men were in favor of playing more violent games than women. However, according to Derson and Kasumovic, the difference between the reports of men and women was not as large as it is prevalently considered.

The researchers asked the participants using the “Sexual Openness Inventory” about their views on sex, and interests in having it. Using a quality termed “mate value,” they were also asked to rate how they perceived themselves as a potential romantic partner.

It was found that the participants who were found of having higher “mate value” recognized themselves as “better catch” to their lovers. Alternatively, the researchers found that the sexual desire of the individuals was correlated with the urge of playing violent video games. They noticed that both male and female participants, who had more interest in sex, played violent video games and vice versa.

Derson and Kasumovic repeated their experiment on a second group of 500 video gamers. According to their results, women were more inspired to play violent video games because by doing so, they felt more attractive and sexy.

The two researchers compared their noted “human behavior” with other animals from an evolutionary perspective. They concluded by saying that having maximum number of offspring is directly linked with the capability of the animals who successfully compete and secure food reserve.

The duo has named their idea as “dominance-practice hypothesis” since their research has proved that violent video games endow men and women with a virtual dais to compete on equal footing.

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About the author

Having over 9 years of experience in retail magazines and portals, Ghosh has served lot of overseas clients in the last couple of years. Presently, he is a regular contributor for MNG. He had spent a self-imposed exile at the bank of river Narmada between 2012 and 2014 where he had mainly lived in the dense forests, ancient caves or with seriously devoted monks involved in penance and spiritual introspection. He is personally inspired by the great eastern and western mystics like Osho Rajneesh, Helena Blavatsky, George Gurdjieff, P D Ouspensky, Buddha, Lao Tsu, Confucius, Bodhidharma, J Krishnamurthy, Japanese Zen masters just to name a few.