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The history of sex; the history of us. Erotica, vintage nudes, the dirty secrets of lives past, myths & more. More @ http://www.sex-kitten.net/blog/category/vintage-inspiration/
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Homo sapiens' sex with extinct species was no one-night stand

Homo sapiens' sex with extinct species was no one-night stand | Sex History | Scoop.it

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A Brief History of Human Sex

A Brief History of Human Sex | Sex History | Scoop.it
Was it any different in caveman days? And just how does human sexuality differ compared to that of a bonobo ape? The answers might surprise you.
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The Biggest Sexology Breakthroughs of the Past 130 Years

The Biggest Sexology Breakthroughs of the Past 130 Years | Sex History | Scoop.it
Sexology, or the study of human sexuality, is a science at the nexus of biology, neurology, psychology and sociology. And like any science, sexology has its eureka moments. Here are some of the biggest.
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Study Examines Potential Evolutionary Role of “Sexual Regret” in Human Survival and Reproduction

Study Examines Potential Evolutionary Role of “Sexual Regret” in Human Survival and Reproduction | Sex History | Scoop.it

In the largest, most in-depth study to date on regret surrounding sexual activity, a team of psychology researchers found a stark contrast in remorse between men and women, potentially shedding light on the evolutionary history of human nature...

 

“Prior sex researchers have focused primarily on the emotion of sexual attraction in sexual decisions,” Buss says. “These studies point to the importance of a neglected mating emotion —sexual regret — which feels experientially negative but in fact can be highly functional in guiding adaptive sexual decisions.”

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Gracie Passette's curator insight, November 26, 2013 9:59 AM

While the regret is tied to biological imperatives, the pattern held with LGBT participants as well.

Deanna Dahlsad's curator insight, November 27, 2013 12:37 PM

As @Gracie Passette notes, While the regret is tied to biological imperatives, the pattern held with LGBT participants as well.


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Are men the cause of menopause?

Are men the cause of menopause? | Sex History | Scoop.it
Menopause, in which women stop menstruating and become infertile, has been a long-standing puzzle for biologists: Why would evolution have led to a trait that essentially reduces the reproductive potential of an animal? Most other animals don't go through menopause (although killer whales do). Even chimpanzees, humans' closest living relatives, seem to reproduce into old age in the wild, and males even prefer older females. 

It may all haveto do with men's evolutionary desires to pass on genetic traits as quickly as possible.

 

 

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