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Of course those results would be different – as the song says, “You can’t always get what you want.” Conflating how much sex people want with how much they actually have is like confusing how much money people want with how much they make.
Or for others, it’s like mixing up how many cookies/cupcakes/glasses of wine we wish we’d consumed with how many we actually consumed.
(He devoted his youth to his work and in his 30s decided to marry his cousin.) Instead, the piece is about sex differences and a batch of newer studies suggesting men and women are more alike than scientists had assumed – especially when it comes to promiscuity and pickiness. There’s a rich body of ongoing work and debate over sex differences and the roles of culture and biology in shaping human sexual behavior.
But the author, Dan Slater, tries to turn these sex difference studies into an attempted debunking of evolutionary psychology.
Slater uses the label “Darwinists” to characterize the evolutionary psychologists.
That term is popular among creationists, since it implies the acceptance of an established scientific paradigm is some sort of ideology.
Perhaps he’d favor the notion that the human mind is a blank slate entirely shaped by culture.Matt Ridley, who was an early popularizer of evolutionary psychology with his book piece might have worked had it just discussed sex differences in mating behavior.But even that part of the story was confusing because Slater tries to refute sex differences in the number of partners people desire by citing a new study on how many partners people actually get.But here, there’s no evidence that the scientists behind the new studies are any less Darwinian in their thinking than are Trivers/Buss/Pinker.There are scientists with different views on human sexuality: Behavioral ecologist Bobbi Low, and anthropologists Sarah Blaffer Hrdy and Own Lovejoy.We are the leading music dating site, helping thousands of music loving singles find their true love.