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Sex At Dawn: How We Mate, Why We Stray, and What It Means for Modern Relationships

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Sex At Dawn: How We Mate, Why We Stray, and What It Means for Modern Relationships

Dan Savage raved about it, it's a New York Times bestseller--now read this intelligent, provocative and witty tome for yourself!

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Dan Savage raved about it, it's a New York Times bestseller, and now you can read this intelligent, provocative and witty tome for yourself! The thesis -- that humans evolved to naturally use sexuality in a social fashion, like our nearest primate relatives, and that monogamy is far from our species' default setting -- is engagingly laid out, with earliest human development, Darwin's Victorian-era bias, the discovery of frisky apes called bonobos, and the fate of human marriage only some of the stops along the this wild ride that reconceptualizes many social science assumptions. It may be the most fun and thought-provoking time we've ever had between the sheets of a science book! 319 pages, 2010

Brand: Harper Collins

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