In celebration of Pride Week, today’s episode tackles the question of whether female sexual fluidity has evolutionary origins, based on a controversial article by Satoshi Kanazawa (link below). We recorded this outside, so you will hear sounds of actual nature –squirrels and birds– and the occasional airplane and siren… as well as Graham frequently banging the table for emphasis, which causes a weird warbling noise on the microphone. This episode is brought to you by Chekd and by our books.
Links from today’s episode:
- Possible evolutionary origins of human female sexual fluidity, by Kanazawa
- Evolutionary Theory On Sexual Fluidity: Why Women Are More Likely To Have Same-Sex Hookups Than Men
- What do women want?
- What Do We Really Mean When We Say Women Are Sexually “Fluid”?
- Women Aren’t The Only Ones Who Are Sexually Fluid—Men Have A Pretty “Flexible” Sexuality Too
- Just How Different are Female and Male Sexual Orientation?
- “Sexual Fluidity: Understanding Women’s Love and Desire”, by Lisa Diamond