The evolution of human sexuality is a 1979 book about human sexuality by the anthropologist donald symons in which the author discusses topics such as human sexual anatomy ovulation orgasm homosexuality sexual promiscuity and rape attempting to show how evolutionary concepts can be applied to humans. The evolution of human sexuality is an important contribution to sociobiology sociobiology is the scientific study of the biological foundations for animal and particularly human behavior sociobiology assumes that human nature exists and that while it is flexible it is not infinitely malleable. The evolution of human sexuality adds fuel to the fire symonss thesis is that some of the typical differences between men and women in sexual behaviors attitudes and feelings are innate identical rearing of males and females will not result in identical sexualities. The evolution of human sexuality donald symons author donald symonds examines the differences between men and women in sexual behavior and attitudes concluding that these differences are innate and that it is impossible to achieve identical sexualities in males and females. The study of human sexuality from the darwinian perspective is in an explosive phase recent research is diverse for instance the dynamics of heterosexual relationships the role of honest advertisement in attractiveness the role of fluctuating asymmetry in sexual competition and sexual conflict over fertilization seen in sperm competition adaptations of men and possible cryptic sire
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