CYBERSPACE — A newly published book by Dr. Lucy Neville explores the phenomenon of women who prefer watching all-male pornography and erotica.
“Girls Who Like Boys Who Like Boys: Women and Gay Male Pornography and Erotica” (Palgrave McMillan) is the culmination of a five-year study, notes an article in GayStarNews.
Through social media, Neville recruited and surveyed 500 women who consume all-male pornography. The results were published in her book.
Neville is a Criminology Lecturer at University of Leicester and co-founder of FemGenSex Network.
Her research found that “women like to appreciate male grace and beauty.” Further, she uncovered a desire by the respondents to “flip the ‘male gaze’” prevalent in “both porn and mainstream media.”
Neville learned that 55 percent of the women surveyed “imagined themselves as a man during the course of their sexual fantasies.”
She describes women as “viable secondary consumers of [all-male] erotica.”
“While some meet the existence of women enjoying [all-male] sexually explicit media with surprise, there is growing acceptance that it is perhaps not quite as uncommon as first thought.”
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In related news, research from Pornhub has identified increasing numbers of women who skip straight porn — girl/boy, girl/girl — in favor of all-male adult content.
It is the most-watched Pornhub category for women over 45.
For more details, read XBIZ’s coverage here.