Christopher Ryan explains the key arguments of “Sex at Dawn” at the TED Talent Search in Vancouver in June 2012. You will hardly get a better summary, and watch out for the wonderful table with a comparison of the genitalia of different species of monkeys (humans are monkeys, too), if you want to understanda little better why sex is so important for humans.
And as a personal note: I like it very much, how Chris Ryan – not only here, but in several articles and interviews i´ve read and watched – always makes a point of mentioning that the book was co-authored by his wife Cacilda Jethá.
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Notice: This article is translated – and some contents might have been added or left out to better meet the needs of an international audience – from an original article on one of my german websites Viktor-Leberecht.de or Polygamie-ist-gut-fuer-sie.de (engl:Polygamy is good for you). How i do my translations. Last updated: July 22, 2012 at 20:03 pm © Viktor Leberecht All rights reserved. Please feel free to share my content, but on republishing this post please provide a link to the original post, which happens automatically when you use Social-Sharing-Services. What do you think? Leave a comment here or send me a question through the contact form or the FAQ.Tags: Cacilda Jethá, Chris Ryan, Christopher Ryan, Polygamie-ist-gut-fuer-Sie.de, Sex at Dawn, Sex at Dawn: The Prehistoric Origins of Modern Sexuality, TED, Testicle Sizes