"...our sexual tastes don’t constrain or compel us. It’s by treating desires as mysterious forces that we enable them to hold us captive..."
How Much of the Internet is Actually for Porn?
Forget the Kinsey Report.
The New York Times
...that climactic moment beamed to watchers on a hundred million laptop screens: all rely on the artful manipulation of our brains...
The Washington Post
...avalanche of results with hot new scientific findings on brain and behavioral research among the sexually savvy...
Erotic Readers and Writers Association
A Billion Wicked Thoughts is a hugely ambitious work showing what happens when computers crunch enormous amounts of data...
Savage Love Episode 244: Podcast with Dan Savage
(Interview begins at 28:50)
Dr. Drew on CNN/HLN:
Freakonomics: The Neuroscience Behind Sexual Desire: Authors of A Billion Wicked Thoughts Answer Your Questions
In 1973, Kenneth Gergen conducted a social psychology experiment that asked, “What do people do under conditions of extreme anonymity?”
CNN.com: Inside women's sexual brains...
Men everywhere have probably wondered for thousands of years: What turns women on?...
Toronto Star: What we want when nobody's watching?
So when Ogi Ogas and Sai Gaddam [...] set out to catalogue and quantify human desire, they turned to the biggest anonymous room in the world: the Internet....
Wall Street Journal: The Online World of Female Desire
For women indulging their curiosity, Internet erotica is less about flesh than about finding Mr. Right
Book Sheds Light on Human Sexual Desire
"A Billion Wicked Thoughts": what men and women are really after.
TheDailyBeast.com: Secrets of online sex
Using a trove of data from porn sites and erotic ads, a new book reveals some surprising facts about what turns us on—and what separates men and women’s desires.
abc News: Feminism as the Anti-Viagra: Do Equal Rights in Bed Kill the Mood?
Neuroscientists Question How Our Brains Are Wired for Submission, Dominance
A Billion Wicked Thoughts on The Boston Channel
No. 68 Project: A discourse in dining
Washington, DC, United States
March 27, 2011
Culture Shocks with Barry Lynn [segment starts at 16:30]
... neuroscientists Sai Gaddam and Ogi Ogas have written A Billion Wicked Thoughts and w hat they found will profoundly alter the way we think about sex and human relationships.