Posted: Oct 31, 2017 7:35 pm
by scott1328
Keep It Real wrote:
Keep It Real wrote:
Another explanation of these data is found in Barlow, Sakheim, and Beck's (1983) theory of the role of anxiety and attention in sexual responding. It is possible that viewing homosexual stimuli causes negative emotions such as anxiety in homophobic men but not in nonhomophobic men. Because anxiety has been shown to enhance arousal and erection, this theory would predict increases in erection in homophobic men

Well that kills the widely accepted theory that homophobic male show penile circumference increase when viewing homosexual images because of repressed homosexuality.

Isn't there a big piece of art on a hill somewhere of a warrior with an erection caused by his anger/aggression/anxiety? Can't find it...