His exceptional musical talent and humanitarian goodness notwithstanding, Prince’s fancy presentation was more common than society would have us believe.
How do the complex roles of attraction, jealousy, and insecurity affect male/female sexual and platonic relationships?
Why do men seem to get off easily for cheating while women face the harshest of penalties and blame? Andrew Lawes has a few ideas.
Sex is inextricably bound up with a web of relationships that make particular forms of human social life possible. To claim that human sexuality in an ahistorical fashion is at best naïve; at its worst, it’s pseudoscience.
I’m not anti-science. I’m just anti-bullsh*t.
What could be more American than holding your government to an impossibly high standard? And what could be more profoundly unAmerican than trying to silence legitimate critique?
How evolutionary psychology may explain the difference.
How Jed Diamond found the love of his life.
This post by John on the post The Superpower You Already Have
Andrew Smiler argues that the idea that guys are evolutionarily driven to just get laid describes a small percentage of men.
Andrew Smiler reviews the numbers and concludes that the idea guys want lots of different partners is fiction.
It’s bred into your blood for literally a hundred thousand generations. Use it.
Do guys really choose a mate based on looks? Do females really go for high status? Kevin Carty examines how men are influenced by their peers, and how we should all loosen up a little on our dating standards.
Andy Bodle is flattered to receive the attention of a much younger woman—while hoping to avoid being noticed by her powerful father.