Evolution and human sexual behavior /
"Few things come more naturally to us than sex--or so it would seem. Yet to a chimpanzee, the sexual practices and customs we take for granted would appear odd indeed. He or she might wonder why we bother with inconveniences like clothes, why we prefer to make love on a bed, and why we fuss so...
Cambridge, Mass. :
Harvard University Press,
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