Pdf Kindle [Sex at Dawn The Prehistoric Origins of Modern Sexuality] ☆ Christopher Ryan

Sex at Dawn The Prehistoric Origins of Modern Sexuality

Christopher Ryan ☆ 7 Review

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Se Really Who Wants a Boyfriend Who Sleeps Out in the Rain Because Someone Told Him ToI don t really now what can be made of the serious information proposed in this book No matter how it may seem the authors are not proposing a dissolution of marriage or compulsory orgies or anything like that nor is this book a Get Out of Cheating Free card We ve spent thousands of years putting these restraints on human sexuality and they re not going to come off anytime soon The best we can do right now is to be aware of where our ideas about relationships come from and stop to think about the difference between what is true and what we wish were true This understanding might help to save relationships that would otherwise work People cheat not because they re scum or whores but because they re human Being monogamous is really hard not because we re weak or flawed but because it s not what our bodies want for usThe search for a better understanding of human nature should lead us to being better humans and nothing should be left out Not even our most sacred beliefs Not even sex Asking whether our species is naturally peaceful or warlike generous or possessive free loving or jealous is like asking whether H2O is naturally a solid liuid or gas The only meaningful answer to such a uestion is It depends Christopher Ryan and Cacilda Jetha Sex at Dawn Okay Okay baby So you see I wasn t really cheating okay I was but you can see why right I was just acting in accordance with my fundamental humanity following the biological impulses as determined by millions of years of evolution when we Hey where are you going Where are you Oh hell he s going for the shotgun Run Chad leave your pants you don t have time run Fantastic This is one of those paradigm shifting books that pretty much changes your belief system Having read Robin Baker s Sperm Wars and absorbing its grim interpretation of human sexuality this book Sex at Dawn came as a pleasant and generally ick ass surpriseWith abundance of humor and compelling narrative the authors posit that human beings like their primate cousins originally engaged in multiple mating for most of their existence on earth before the advent of agriculture And multiple mating means both males and females having multiple sexual partners at any given time and it doesn t mean polygamy where alpha males get all the girls such as in the case of gorillasFrom the premise that hunter gatherers shared everything including food and mates the authors draw surprising conclusions that pretty much blew my mindFirst they make the uestion of are humans inherently selfish moot by suggesting that of course human beings can be selfish but it largely depends on the context sort of like asking Is water gas liuid or solid They take on Hobbes s grim view that life without government is solitary poor nasty brutish and short point by point and basically proves him dead wrongIf anything the life of prehistory humans the authors claim was the opposite social rich healthy cooperative and long They had plenty to eat plenty of time to play and take naps plenty of opportunities to have sex they generally lived long healthy happy livesOne serious and to some unsettling implication of the multiple mating premise is that we weren t made for monogamy Witness the soaring divorce rates in the Western countries and all the wrecked relationships everywhere you look Fidelity defined as being sexually faithful to one partner for one s entire life is so the authors say unnaturalThe hardest uestion that arises from this interpretation of human sexuality is what to make of marriages The authors answers are anything but specific find alternative untraditional arrangements eg two couples sharing mates and living together or just stop taking sex so seriouslyBut the alternatives are discouraging not getting married at all and live a solitary life or get married with an unreasonable expectation of sexual fidelity have ids and leave them when you get involved with another manwoman thus fucking up their lives foreverNot very appealingThis book makes you think about one of the most important aspects of your life and it s worth itA must read Overrated mostly unfunny but overly glib using the same bad logic he accuses the monogamy pushers of this book which is basically shilling for open relationships vis a vis evolutionary psychology is intellectually dishonest AND irritating which is uite a feat I can t believe Dan Savage pushed this crap There are better arguments for new takes on monogamy open relationships and polyamory out there we don t need to cloak them in bad gender essentialist science A popular need to cloak them in bad gender essentialist science A popular book for people who hate science Sex at Dawn manages to combine weak arguments with a prose style of such overbearing condescension that I had to grit my teeth to get through it Everything is couched in terms of facile jokiness or even worse of coy euphemism so that we have the ghastly prospect of a supposedly serious book about sexuality that can talk about a human female s naughty bits The basic argument is that evolutionary psychologists anthropologists and palaeontologists are conspiring to propagate the lie that human beings have evolved to be broadly monogamous The few studies that dare to uestion this narrative are hailed as revolutionary while the rest of the scientific community is written off as the clipboard carrying crowd who rigidly insist on the status uo Unfortunately this blanket dismissal of an entire discipline succeeds only in fatally damaging the authors own credibilityThe debate over prehistoric sexuality is one that I have followed amateurishly but with some interest so I was is one that I have followed amateurishly but with some interest so I was looking forward to seeing what Slo Mo! kind of evidence was going to be brought forward By about page 40 I had realised with a sinking feeling that there wasn t going to be any Instead their approach is simply to restate their opponents arguments in the most ludicrously simplistic terms they can and hope that will stand for a rebuttalFor instance there is a mountain of evidence suggesting that prehistoric females were in the habit of bartering sex consciously or otherwise for access to protection and resources supplied by males This is a complicated and sophisticated argument which Ryan and Jeth summarise like soDarwin says your mother s a whore Simple as thatAfter reading that I gave up any hope of finding a serious argument in hereOf the book s other stylistic tics I will just highlight a few of the irritating There is a tendency to ask rhetorical uestions as a substitute for actually making an argument Could it be possible that Dare we ask whether How many families are fractured by this common tragic undetected seuence of events I don tnow do you If not stop asking stupid uestions and show me some evidence It reminds me of a tabloid headline like ARE IMMIGRANTS CAUSING CANCER where the rest of the article amounts to a long admission that the answer is no A few other representative uotations Sexual monogamy itself may be shrinking men s balls Homo sapiens the great ape with the great penis ancestral females were shameless trollops Who s your daddies We ve no space for a comprehensive response to this Yabba dabba doo Malthus is introduced laughably as Wikipedia s eightieth Most Influential Person in History If you re worried about missing the subtle message hidden in all this facile nudge nudge wink winking have no fear because they will simply put entire sentences that they consider important in italics Reading these passages feels like being talked down to by someone who doesn t even properly understand their own arguments They also repeatedly make the infuriating implication that anyone who disagrees with them is doing so because they re morally offended or out of political expediencyWhat makes it all so sad is that a book offering some new ideas on hot topics like male parental investment or female
"Sexual Receptivity Would Actually Be "
receptivity would actually be welcome This is not that book What it really is is a plea for a return to an imagined ancient sexual egalitarianism where humans especially men had repercussion free sex with multiple partners I would be than happy to read a book promoting the benefits of polyamory but please don Anation in this provocative and brilliant bookRyan and Jethá's central contention is that human beings evolved in egalitarian groups that shared food child care and often sexual partners Weaving together convergent freuently overlooked evidence from anthropology archaeology primatology anatomy and psychosexuality the authors show how far from human nature monogamy really is Human beings everywhere and in every era have confronted the same familiar intimate situations in surprisingly different ways The authors expose the ancient roots of human sexuality while pointing toward a optimistic future illuminated by our innate capacities for love cooperation and generosityWith intelligence humor and wonde. ,
Dress it up as science Sex at Dawn was condemned by most of the academic community but it was widely promoted by people like Dan Savage and Peter Sagal and ended up on the New York Times bestseller list It doesn t deserve the attention and I wish I d done a bit research on it before I bought a copy Instead my advice is to consider the response that a pseudonymous primatologist was moved to write Sex at Dusk Lifting the Shiny Wrapping from Sex at Dawn Because my impression of this one is that it s a disastrous blend of wilful misrepresentations with very poor writingFeb 2014A much better book about the role of polygamy in human evolution and one that sees it in much ambiguous terms is David P Barash s Out of Eden The Surprising Conseuences of Polygamy Barash s comments on Sex at Dawn by the way are as follows a truly egregious misrepresentation of biological and anthropological factgrotesuely flawedshouldn t be tossed aside lightly but thrown away with great force HehFeb 2016 I rarely stop reading books before I m done and I ve read a lot of pretty bad books as a result but I think I will with this one The book has two serious problems first it misrepresents or maybe misunderstands the standard model of human sexuality from ev biology Perhaps because they are so focused on the most extreme form of ev psych they repeatedly oversimplify things and then accuse various authors eg Darwin of defending such oversimplified theories because of sexism Second their positive theory eg that humans were polygamous until about 10000 years ago and basically lived long happy war free sex filled lives until the agriculture revolution is radically undersupported by the evidence You wouldn t now this from reading the book though because they repeatedly cherry pick evidence and consistently ignore what most practicing scientists would say are the reasons they believe this model hint it s not because Steven Pinker did a study of dating strategies in college age students or whateverIn short this is pop science at its worse it deliberately distorts science for ideological ends it ignores evidence for rival theories it presents biased and uncharitable pictures of other scientists and the conclusion it defends seems to be mostly wish fulfillment I think this is by far the meanest book review I ve ever written if that means anything I feel completely cheatedThis review is directed towards people who have already read Sex at Dawn and to the authors But hopefully this will be of use to new readers as wellI ll start by saying that when I first read Sex at Dawn I was blown away This book completely changed my view of monogamy sex and relationships It sparked this new openness and acceptance in me and I will say had a very positive impact on my relationship I thought here was the book that everyone NEEDS to read I recommended it to everyone talked about it with everyone even called it my new bible not that I put any stock in the old bible being an Atheist but you get my meaningThen I came across a book called Sex at DUSK by Lynn Saxon a sort of counter argument to Sex at Dawn So being a seeker of truth I figured I owed it to myself to read this book as well I really expected ie wanted Sex at Dusk to be a bad book in that it made a poor case being full of religious andor political bias and couldn t really negate Sex at Dawn But what I found instead was a very objective concise argument that pretty much laid waste to everything presented in Sex at DawnLynn Saxon drew on the exact same research that Sex at Dawn used as evidence However she showed a much complete view of the research she removed the apparent cherry picking and candy coating that Ryan and Jetha used and showed that almost every bit of evidence they used has been taken out of context and presented in a way that is completely misleadingI am no expert in this field so I took the authors of Sex at Dawn for their word I believed that the evidence they showed was honest and complete Unfortunately it would seem that it isn t I am truly disappointed by their dishonesty The other possibility is that the author of Sex at Dusk is being dishonest but being that she is only showing of the same research I would find it hard to make that argument and I think anyone who reads it will also have a hard time making that argument I highly recommend that any and all fans of Sex at Dawn read Sex at Dusk and please if you come to a different conclusion than I did by all means comment here and explain I honestly feel like I was cheated or scammed by Ryan and JETHA I SINCERELY HOPE THAT THEY I sincerely hope that they this review and read Sex at Dusk to address the issues it brings up Well I wrote the damned thing Can I give myself five stars Everybody thinks their baby is beautiful right A long time ago in a galaxy far away I was an anthropology major at UCSC Although I wanted to specialize in physical anthropology I did uite a bit of classwork in cultural One of the things that always fascinated me was fictitious in The idea of creating a network of ties to promote sharing among small groups Church congregations and the scooby gang of Joss Whedon s Buffy are examples of this I found the author s description of several of these types of Pirates, Ships, and Sailors kinship networks based on common sexual partners very interesting as well as some of the research comparing primate anatomy and sexual responseHowever I had a very hard time getting past the smug condescending tone of the book I felt the author s wenow better than everyone who came before us missed the point of iterative science It also turned off any reader who might actually be reading from an academic perspective I also felt that they presented some styles of fictitious in that work well for small groups less than 150 as the best for everyone I think their work would have been stronger if they had gone for of a tone of there are many I think their work would have been stronger if they had gone for of a tone of there are many styles and we should be open minded I loved this book but to be honest I have nowhere near the education to be able to evaluate the validity of the arguments presented in the book I have seen grumblings here and there about the book mostly from religious people who this book will understandably offendOne of the main messages of the book is that monogamy is not natural to either men or womenThe authors are two researchers and psychologists both marriedDespite being academics and approaching a variety of very weighty subjects the tone of the book is conversational even jocular No doubt this provided fuel to critics who is conversational even jocular No doubt this provided fuel to critics who to pan the book because of the message I found the tone endearing It reminded me of that brilliant but cool professor from college whose lectures were both fun and educational at the same time The authors do not advocate any change in lifestyle for anyone only to be open minded about what they believe to be the biological drives people haveThere are too many fascinating arguments about too many related subjects in the book to do the book justice in this spaceMore than the exploration into humanity s natural lack of monogamy and the biological roots of a number of common sexual fantasies I enjoyed the deconstruction of the view of prehistoric life being harsh According to the author there is much evidence for the argument that prehistoric life was not brutish short and malnourished uite the oppositeIf you have strong religious values this book will certainly offend you I am atheist and even some of the ideas in the book about the way men and women relate to each other deeply disturbed me If you can put your values aside this book is powerful and entertaining food for thought Sex at Dawn The Prehistoric Origins of Modern Sexuality Christopher RyanSex at Dawn The Prehistoric Origins of Modern Sexuality is a 2010 book about the evolution of monogamy in humans and human mating systems by Christopher Ryan and Cacilda Jeth In opposition to what the authors see as the standard narrative of human sexual evolution they contend that having multiple sexual partners was common and accepted in the environment of evolutionary adaptedness The authors contend that mobile self contained groups of hunter gatherers were the norm for humans before agriculture led to high population density 2015 1393 4 465 21 146. R Ryan and Jethá show how our promiscuous past haunts our struggles over monogamy sexual orientation and family dynamics They explore why long term fidelity can be so difficult for so many; why sexual passion tends to fade even as love deepens; why many middle aged men risk everything for transient affairs with younger women; why homosexuality persists in the face of standard evolutionary logic; and what the human body reveals about the prehistoric origins of modern sexualityIn the tradition of the best historical and scientific writing Sex at Dawn unapologetically upends unwarranted assumptions and unfounded conclusions while offering a revolutionary understanding of why we live and love as we do. Hey Hey baby baby waitwaitwaitwait Wait Wait Baby don t don t freak outOkay okay I now what this looks like but I can explain uiet Chad let me handle this I can explain I m just please stop crying and listen I m just fulfilling my evolutionary heritage and helping to cement social bonds with um the pizza boy but that snotthepoint That s not the point Look before you do anything y War Made New: Technology, Warfare, and the Course of History: 1500 to Today know drastic you just need to read this bookHumans are really good at figuring things out As far as we go we have a realnack for taking things apart and figuring out how they work Though determined curiosity and perseverance we A Boy in Winter know what s happening at the center of the sun wenow how the continents slide across the surface of the earth how plants turn sunlight into potatoes We can smash atoms and cure disease and peer back to the moment of creation itself There is almost nothing that humans cannot comprehend if we put our minds to itExcept ourselvesDon t get me wrong we have made great strides in philosophy and psychology and come very far in understanding human origins and our spread across the planet But there is a fundamental problem that we have when we study ourselves and that is that we cannot do so objectively Try as we might it is impossible to completely put aside our own biases judgments and backgrounds when we study how humans behave and try to understand why they do what they do They are still there if you look for them and nowhere are they evident than in the search for the origins of foundations of human sexualityThe standard model as it s often called goes something like this ancient men and women established a pattern of monogamy based on mutual self interest The man would Frost at Midnight keep to one mate in order to be absolutely sure that he was dedicating his efforts towards raising his ownids and not someone else s If a man had multiple partners he wouldn t be able to provide for them all and his genetic investment would die out So in terms of efficiency it is much better for the man to Princess Baby, Night-Night keep himself to one woman focusing all his attention on the children henows he has fathered and making sure they live to have children of their ownAs far as women are concerned they reuire the resources that the men bring When pregnant a woman s physical capacities are reduced and she is in a vulnerable state so by staying monogamous she is essentially purchasing security and resources that would otherwise be unavailable to her in a world that brought uick and merciless death to the weak If she slept around the man wouldn t be sure that the child she bore was his and would therefore have less interest in taking care of the both of them Thus monogamy is the best bet to assure the survival of herself and her childThis is the story that s been told for a long time and it s considered by most to be the truth Christopher Ryan and Cacilda Jetha however disagree Not only do they think the standard model is wrong but they think it is nothing than a relic of our own modern biases and hang ups The process they say can be referred to as Flintstonization As you now the characters in The Flintstones were or less just like us They went to work they had houses and appliances and domestic disputes They had the same issues and amusements as we did because we overlaid our own society onto a prehistoric setting Now in cartoons that s good entertainment and in the right hands it can be used as powerful satire and commentary In science though it s just no goodStarting with Darwin people have imagined prehistoric humans to have the same sexual values that we have a demure reluctant female who is very choosy in deciding which male she will mate with A bond forms and they are faithful to each other until the end of their days Later researchers looking at our ape cousins have plenty of observational research to support the idea that very early humans were monogamous They look at chimps and gorillas and baboons and confirm what they had always suspected that our natural sexual state is one of monogamy The logical conclusion then is that our modern attitude towards sexuality with the rising rates of divorce and teen sexuality represents a deviation from the way things should be and must therefore be fixed A loveless marriage a man s roving eye a woman who cuckolds her husband serial monogamists all of these according to the standard model result from our attempts to go against our natureOr is it the other way aroundRyan and Jetha have put together a very compelling argument that the standard model of pre agricultural human sexuality is not only wrong
"But Dangerously So By Looking "
dangerously so By looking modern foraging tribes and the way they live as well as doing a comparative analysis of humans against our nearest ape cousins they have come to this conclusion our natural sexual state is one of promiscuity Back in the day communities were small and tightly bonded and sex was one of the things that held those bonds tight Rather than one man and one woman struggling to protect their own genetic line their entire community made sure that children were cared for and raised well Everyone was everyone else s responsibility and in a world of plenty there was no reason to try and enforce any ind of sexual exclusivityIt was only with the rise of agriculture that it became important to Improbable Destinies: Fate, Chance, and the Future of Evolution know what was yours as opposed to someone else s and that uickly extended from fields and livestock to wives and children Now that people wereeeping their own food and making sure to divide their lands from their neighbor s lands sharing went out of style With so much work put into growing crops that s where the standard model of economic monogamy settled in and it s been with us ever since The advent of agriculture changed everything and not everything for the betterIn addition the very biology of humans from the way sperm behaves to the shape of the penis to the anatomy of the clitoris of humans from the way sperm behaves to the shape of the penis to the anatomy of the clitoris the noises women make in the throes of orgasm all of these point to an evolutionary history of sexual promiscuity The evidence of our bodies tell us that being locked into a lifetime monogamous pair bond is not what we evolved to doRyan and Jetha On a Cold Road: Tales of Adventure in Canadian Rock know that their view of the fundamental nature of human sexuality will not be popular mainly because it completely undermines our vision of who we are So much law tradition education entertainment and just plain common sense relies on humans being naturally monogamous It s something that seems so obvious to us that we cannot imagine a society built any other way Unfortunately if Ryan and Jetha are right society is the problem We have established a cultural norm that goes completely against our biological and evolutionary nature and which makes people miserable on a daily basisI bought this book mainly to stop Dan Savage from nagging me about it If you listen to Savage s podcast and you should you will soon realize that monogamy is something that a lot of people aren t good at We look at other people with lust in our hearts we cheat we stay in relationships where we re sexually miserable just because that s what we should do For most people our sexual urges are to be fought against with everything from self restraint to social shame to law itself It seems like staying monogamous is one of the hardest things for many people to doThis of course raises the uestion if it were natural would it really be so hardIt is a fascinating read which covers a lot of ground and makes some very compelling arguments It s also uite funny in places which was uite welcome In discussing the standard model the authors note that this is fundamentally prostitution wherein the woman uses sex for material resources This sexual barter system has been assumed to be true for years leading the authors to write Darwin says your mother s a whore Simple as that They also put in some special notes for adventurous grad students in the field of sexual research especially genital to genital rubbing something popular in bonobo apes but which is rarely studied in humans and re titling the extremely popular song When A Man Loves a Woman as When a Man Becomes Pathologically Obsessed and Sacrifices All Self Respect and Dignity by Making a Complete Ass of Himself and Losing the Woman Anyway Becau. Since Darwin's day we've been told that sexual monogamy comes naturally to our species Mainstream science as well as religious and cultural institutions has maintained that men and women evolved in families in which a man's possessions and protection were exchanged for a woman's fertility and fidelity But this narrative is collapsing Fewer and fewer couples are getting married and divorce rateseep climbing as adultery and flagging libido drag down even seemingly solid marriagesHow can reality be reconciled with the accepted narrative It can't be according to renegade thinkers Christopher Ryan and Cacilda Jethá While debunking almost everything we now about sex they offer a bold alternative expl.


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