He may have come down from the trees, but prehistoric man did not stop swinging. New research into Stone Age humans has argued that, far from having intercourse simply to reproduce, they had sex for fun.
Practices ranging from bondage to group sex, transvestism and the use of sex toys were widespread in primitive societies as a way of building up cultural ties.
According to the study, a 30,000-year-old statue of a naked woman -- the Venus of Willendorf -- and an equally ancient stone phallus found in a German cave, provide the earliest direct evidence that sex was about far more than babies.
Monday, April 30, 2007
Prehistoric humans had sex for fun
Fox News is reporting on a study by archeology professor Timothy Taylor of the University of Bradford, UK which claims that Stone Age humans did not merely have sex to reproduce, they also got it on just for fun. Who says we've evolved?