There's not much to report this morning (it must be August), but there is this nice little article about how sexy music makes teens want to have sex:
"U.S. teenagers who listen to music with sexually degrading lyrics tend to begin having sex at an earlier age, a Rand Corp., study published Monday said. Rand researchers surveyed 1,461 adolescents ages 12 to 17 across the nation in 2001, then did follow-up interviews with them one and three years later. The study found sexually degrading lyrics are related to changes in adolescents' sexual behavior. Such lyrics depict men as sexually insatiable, women as sexual objects, and sexual intercourse as inconsequential."
This is probably true, especially with regard to the Ludacris song "I'm Sexually Insatiable, You Sexual Object, So Let's Have Some Inconsequential Sexual Intercourse Right Now."
(By the way, I know Barry White didn't use degrading lyrics, but since he's an icon of sexiness, I thought I'd use his image.)