Posts tagged "procreation"

5 Technological Breakthroughs That Will Change The Way Men & Women Interact

Many of society's roles and traditions that govern the male/female relationship have their roots in a single biological imperative: to procreate. We long understood that in order to keep our species from going extinct, certain rules and guidelines must be put in place to help men and women get along and keep it together long…
By: Tiffanie Drayton / October 21, 2014

How Humans Figured Out The Connection Between Sex And Babies

I'm a big fan of Slate's "Explainer" column, which enlists experts to answer those questions that boggle the mind. Oh, how this appeals to my inner science geek. Like when they explained why the rich and famous sunbathe topless. The answer: Because they can. Ha! OK, back to the question that caught my attention: How did…
By: Ami Angelowicz / January 13, 2013

Poll: Would You Ever Freeze Your Eggs?

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By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / September 26, 2011

Having A Baby With Your Gay Best Friend: What’s In It For The Ladies?

For more than a decade, my best friend has been a gay guy. I don’t really even like qualifying him as a “gay guy,” since his gayness is such a non-issue in our relationship and in my perception of him. Part of that may be the type of gay he is, or more accurately, the…
By: Wendy Atterberry / September 25, 2008

YouTube Love: Chocolate Bunny Procreation

So this is what all the extra chocolate bunnies do after Easter. [YouTube: Milk Chocolate, A Love Story]…
By: Catherine Strawn / March 28, 2008

Dark Roots: Childless In The City

I like kids. Not enough to have one of my own, but I like them. Especially the ones that can walk, talk, and fetch me Diet Coke. When I was a kid, children were a form of cheap labor -- “Take out the garbage!” “Clean your room!” -- and we did not commingle with adults.
By: Deirdre / March 6, 2008