Call me a cynic, but I suspect that Dr Charlton, Dr Manning and the others may be bedroom musicians themselves. It's taken me 30 years, but I'm proud to say I'm ginger. More from the web. Accessibility links Skip to article Skip to navigation. This is not the first study to have investigated the connection between men, music and sex. To me, this makes little sense. Anyway, what could have possessed these boffins to expend so much time and energy researching such an area?
Dr John Manning, a psychologist, believes that high testosterone exposure during gestation enhances the right side of the brain, which is responsible for musicality. By Jake Wallis Simons. This is not the first study to have investigated the connection between men, music and sex. Read more from Telegraph Men.
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