Bikini clad man

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New research shows that, in men, the brain areas associated with handling tools and the intention to perform actions light up when viewing images of women in bikinis. The research was presented this week by Susan Fiske, professor of psychology at Princeton University, at the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Although consistent with conventional wisdom, the way that men may depersonalize sexual images of women is not entirely something they control. In fact, it's a byproduct of human evolution, experts say. The first male humans had an incentive to seek fertile women as the means of spreading their genes.

Men see bikini-clad women as objects, psychologists say

Bikini-clad New Brunswick man plows snow on ATV, creates viral video | englishmartyrswalworth.org

Want to discuss? Please read our Commenting Policy first. In a video posted to social media on Monday, Shane Spencer is seen plowing snow atop his ATV before providing a weather forecast for viewers, all while wearing what many may consider unsuitable for winter — a bikini-top and Speedo. Spencer said after the province saw a large amount of snow, he decided to hop on his vehicle to clear side streets in the village, while also hoping to cheer up people who viewed the video.

Man, 65, with 6 'bikini-clad' women refused service at Wyandotte restaurant, arrested later on boat

Sexy women in bikinis really do inspire some men to see them as objects, according to a new study of male behavior. Brain scans revealed that when men are shown pictures of scantily clad women, the region of the brain associated with tool use lights up. Men were also more likely to associate images of sexualized women with first-person action verbs such as "I push, I grasp, I handle," said lead researcher Susan Fiske, a psychologist at Princeton University.
According to police, year-old Kenneth Cook pulled his boat up to one of the city's upscale restaurants with "six bikini clad women, all half his age. According to police, Cook refused to leave and insulted and threatened people and staff at the boat, and then turned the radio up to annoy everyone. Police did say that an officer was on the Wayne County Marine Unit with the Sheriff's Office and they eventually found the man and stopped him near the Ambassador Bridge and arrested him. Actions Facebook Tweet Email. Man, 65, with 6 'bikini-clad' women refused service at Wyandotte restaurant, arrested later on boat.