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Mary Roach: The Curious Coupling of Science and Sex

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Malcolm MacLeod,MD Avatar
Malcolm MacLeod,MD
Posted: 08.27.09, 11:22 PM
Sex is, for any animal species, the second most driving force. In insects it's number one. Humans tend to not understand it, and connect it to morals, ethics, religion, or perhaps, just to good judgement and taste. Unfortunately or not, none of these modalities can over- ride the basic drive. Strange that many people are horrified when they see it in action. You'll never beat it.
abiiba Avatar
Posted: 07.27.09, 04:14 PM
you don't see usualy sex scientists at their 30's because at that age you normally want to practice it than to study it
samtheman Avatar
Posted: 06.19.09, 03:47 PM
I have got to wonder. Why is it that the people that study sexual coupling always tend to be on the older side, if not extremely older side? Why aren't there 'sex scientists' in their young 30s? But it's good that people are doing research on this field. Keeps us knowledgeable about our bodies.

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