From The BBC A sexy swing of the hips may attract admiring glances, but it is not a covert sign a woman is ready to breed, according to researchers. A Queen's University, Ontario, team examined volunteers' walks and the levels of sex hormones in their saliva. They found those with alluring walks were the furthest away from ovulation. A British expert said the research, featured by New Scientist magazine, supported the idea women disguise their fertility to deter unsuitable partners. Tango’s Take
From Wired.com By Jenna Wortham You: Blue gym shorts over dark blue tights, rosy cheeks and large flower pinned in hair. Me: Tall, skinny, listening to my iPod. Did we share a moment? If you’re anything like me and obsessively scan the missed connections section of the Craigslist personal ads, you know there are plenty of lonely hearts on mass transit (read: crazies).
From Florida Today By Keilani Best Kissing is so common that many of us don't think there's more to it than meets the lips. Kissing is a universal language - a cross-cultural phenomenon, a sign of love, affection and kindness. But it could also be nature's way of filtering certain people from our lives.