Salon.comSaturday, Jul 30, 2011 19:01 ET
"Just as we're omnivores who can swear off meat, we're a promiscuous species capable of change, an expert argues."
TimeTuesday, November 2, 2010
"...human beings have evolved to desire sexual novelty — and that the current cultural conventions of marriage and monogamy, while not wrong, come at a cost to well-being — which would help explain why so many couples have problems with infidelity."
AOLJuly 28, 2010
"Christopher Ryan, co-author of "Sex at Dawn: The Prehistoric Origin of Modern Sexuality," wants my friend -- and anyone else calling him- or herself nasty names because they don't fit the marriage-plus-two-kids-forever mold -- to know that the long-accepted idea that humans are naturally monogamous ain't necessarily so. Give him a chance. At first, he sounds like he might be Mr. Leisure Suit with the cocked eyebrow and the vasectomy pin ... and then? Then you start realizing he makes a lot of sense."
The Globe And Mail / / July 29, 2010
'Of all Earth's creatures, none is as urgently, creatively and constantly sexual as Homo sapiens," authors Christopher Ryan and Cacilda Jetha write in their new book Sex at Dawn: The Prehistoric Origins of Modern Sexuality.
Lead author Christopher Ryan is an American psychologist living in Barcelona. I was able to persuade him to make time for the following interview