EP 47 WHAT IS CHANGING IN OUR KNOWLEDGE OF THE BIRDS AND THE BEES? America Trends

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If we all want love, why is there such much conflict in our most intimate relationships?  How do we choose who we mate with–and how do we lose them?

Author David Buss began mulling these questions when he first write ‘The Evolution of Desire’ in 1994 and since that time, the study of human mating has entered the mainstream of science and our knowledge has expanded.

David Buss takes on new questions of the impact of technology of mate selection, whether men and women can be ‘just friends’ and if monagamy is giving way to serial relationships.

He also explores whether female sexuality is different than male sexuality and how. (Hint: it is.)

You’ve got to hear this compelling interview as trend: mating in the 21st century.

If we all want love, why is there such much conflict in our most intimate relationships?  How do we choose who we mate with–and how do we lose them?

Author David Buss began mulling these questions when he first write ‘The Evolution of Desire’ in 1994 and since that time, the study of human mating has entered the mainstream of science and our knowledge has expanded.

David Buss takes on new questions of the impact of technology of mate selection, whether men and women can be ‘just friends’ and if monagamy is giving way to serial relationships.

He also explores whether female sexuality is different than male sexuality and how. (Hint: it is.)

You’ve got to hear this compelling interview as trend: mating in the 21st century.

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