Peeping Toms, oglers, nosy Parkers, scopophiliacs…they all refer to one thing: people who like to watch!
Voyeurs have been around for about as long as human beings have been in existence, and truth be told, that makes sense, because the reality is we all like to watch, to some degree.
The question is, where do we draw the line between Bridgerton, 50 Shades, and hey, even porn, and the criminal act of voyeurism? What prompts someone to want to watch, anyway?
In this episode, I’m lifting the veil on voyeurism, and how it can impact your sex life.
Andy Warhol once said that sex is more exciting on the screen and between the pages than between the sheets, and there’s something true about this, so I want you to start thinking about voyeurism in a different way. -Heather Bartos
3 Things We Learned From This Episode
- The main difference between porn and voyeurism
- An introduction to mirror neurons (and why they want you to watch!)
- Why watching someone have sex is enough to get us hot and bothered