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Is Cunnilingus an Adaptation to Increase Intercourse Length & Increase the Probability of Fertilization?
Posted on October 16, 2014 by Christopher Lynn
Several years ago a student of mine (Christy McGee) in my “Anthropology of Sex” class was studying highly promiscuous women with the hypothesis that they would be averse to cunnilingus. She suggested that cunnilingus was a male means of detecting infidelity. … Continue reading →
Posted in Adaptation, Anthropology, Biological Anthropology, Hypotheses, Mating and Sexuality | Tagged bats, bonobos, cunnilingus, Flying Fox, Gordon Gallup | 2 Comments