Elaine Hatfield, Cherie Luckhurst, and Richard L. Rapson (Hawaii): A Brief History of Attempts to Measure Sexual Motives. From the latest issue of the Journal of Social, Evolutionary, and Cultural Psychology, Maryanne L. Fisher (Saint Mary’s) and Cristina Candea (Max Planck): You Ain’t Woman Enough to Take My Man: Female Intrasexual Competition as Portrayed in Songs; Rosemarie Sokol Chang (SUNY-New Paltz) and Maryanne L. Fisher and Tami M. Meredith (St. Mary’s): Evolutionary Perspectives on What Women Want; and Grant T. Trouton, Amanda E. Guitar, Rachael A. Carmen, Glenn Geher, and Terry L. Grandis (SUNY-New Paltz): Olfactory Ability to Detect Ovulatory Cues: A Function of Biological Sex, Sexual Orientation, or Both? From Touchstone, Anthony Esolen on manly chastity, hedonism and the law of non-contradiction; and Russell D. Moore on Christian honesty about the harm of fornication. Tracy Clark-Flory interviews Alain de Botton, author of How to Think More About Sex (and more). Mara Hvistendahl reviews Behind the Red Door: Sex in China by Richard Burger. Carlin Romano reviews Sex and the Citadel: Intimate Life in a Changing Arab World.

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