For some reason, this quote struck me as funny:
“Simulated or blurred nudity can be just as titillating as real nudity in the human brain. Upon any stimulus, the brain searches for anything remotely similar or familiar, and reacts in a similar manner…If something is missing — as in pixelization — the brain will fill in the blanks from the existing storehouse of knowledge. Indeed, it will work harder to do so than if the real image were there. This explains why fantasy is many times better than reality. It triggers our imagination, which is endless.”
Couldn’t the same be said for bikinis? Or full length wool coats?
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