Tuesday, January 4, 2011
Sex and the Five Senses
Even an elementary observation of the animal kingdom shows the significance of the five senses when it come to sex. From the mighty lion to the strutting peacock to the lowly junkyard dog, it’s what the female of the species sees, smells, and hears that determines whether or not she’ll permit coupling. That’s precisely why nature provides the male of most species with impressive fur or feathers, an alluring odor, or an impressive call. And it is quite often what the female feels or tastes during that encounter that decides if she’ll allow a second encounter. So why should the human animal behave any differently when it comes to sex? Why do we not commonly use all of the five senses during sexual encounters? Read more . . .