Category Archives: Mating and Sexuality
Maternal Instinct is still very much in the U.S. vernacular, but if mothering is so inborn, why does it seem to require so much instruction to do it well?
Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, and the Importance of Adaptation Implementation in Evolutionary Psychology
Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, and the Importance of Adaptation Implementation in Evolutionary Psychology I’m not going to lie. If you follow my work at all, hopefully this isn’t a surprise – I try to stay honest – it’s a way … Continue reading
Women hold up half the sky…but what about the other genders? On August 19, 2009, South African runner Caster Semenya won the woman’s 800 meters at the World Championships. She also set the world record. This in and of itself … Continue reading
Recently I heard an episode of This American Life detailing Jerry Springer, who almost resigned his position as a city council member after he was found to have used the services of a prostitute. This of course is not an … Continue reading