Category Archives: Sex

Primal Screams: How the Sexual Revolution Created Identity Politics

Mary Eberstadt writes in this 2019 book: * Wolves live the way people do, in families made up of a mom, a dad, and their children. Sometimes an unrelated wolf can be adopted into a pack, or one of the … Continue reading

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Want to Hookup?: Sex Differences in Short‑term Mate Attraction Tactics

From Evolutionary Science: * While a great deal of psychological research has been conducted on sex-specific mate choice preferences, relatively little attention has been directed toward how heterosexual men and women solicit short-term sexual partners, and which acts are perceived … Continue reading

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Men & Women

Comments at Steve Sailer: * There are two basic realities that no amount of social conditioning are ever going to erase. 1) Most heterosexual women like confident, dominant men, even if they feel intense pressure not to say so and … Continue reading

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Is Nothing Sacred? Religion and Sex

From Psychology Today: For adults, their sexual strategies appear to determine their level of commitment to religion. People who are inclined toward monogamy choose to be religious, because traditional religions provide support for a family lifestyle, and discourage promiscuity. Promiscuity … Continue reading

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Emasculated – The problem of men writing about sex

Luke Brown writes: When Philip Roth died in 2018 an era of unpalatable writing by men about men seemed to close. Roth, who often wrote about antagonistic relationships, was dogged by accusations of misogyny for his portrayals of women. Carmen … Continue reading

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