We're all the same; we're all different. One man's boner is another man's lifelong aversion to high-heeled women. One woman's sigh is another woman's Gilbert Gottfried. But please, let us finally retire this idea that women just aren't as visual as men and don't care about looks as much, or somehow as a general rule don't need to want to fuck the person we are with. We are! We do! We do! We just haven't historically and culturally had the same freedom to be as shallow, so it's a more repressed urge.
What am I going on about? I'm going on about this Playboy essay by Gilbert Gottfried entitled "Women Say They Want a Guy With a Sense of Humor — They Don't" that appeared in the recent 60th anniversary issue, and can be found online here. The gist is thus: