September 30, — In a study that may improve animal breeding and reveal more about how animals detect odors, Utah and Oregon scientists learned how proteins help a female sex attractant stimulate male elephants so they mate, and how one protein may end their arousal. Prestwich, senior author of the new study and professor and chair of medicinal chemistry at the University of Utah College of Pharmacy. The researchers identified a protein — known as OBP or odorant binding protein — that they believe acts like a sponge to absorb the female pheromone or sex attractant after mating has occurred and the male no longer needs to be stimulated. The findings were published in the Oct. Prestwich conducted the study with longtime elephant researcher L.
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Sex – The Elephant in the Room – Pt I | iPastor
Something that always amazes me when talking to non-Christians and Christians alike is the narrow mindedness of a lot of people when it comes to the topic of sex. Jesus said that out of the abundance of the heart, the mouth speaks. Paul gave us a clue to the power of our thinking when he told us not to copy the behaviours and customs of this world but to let God transform us into a new person by changing the way we think. That sounds exactly the opposite to narrow-mindedness. We get ourselves into way more trouble by not thinking through our beliefs on issues than seeking the answers for difficult questions.
Posted December 23, The aggressive sexual activity of Asian elephants could be a key to understanding the human sixth sense, new research published in the science journal Nature says. Male Asian elephants are famed for their annual bouts of heightened sexual activity and aggression, called "musth", during which they produce a notoriously pungent cocktail of chemicals to advertise their mating status, the researchers say.
Buy Issue But the more I looked at her work—IRL and URL performances, self-critical and self-confident spotlights on personal and universal behaviour—the more I realized that work like this should be included in a deeper critical conversation. Sex has been a part of my world since I can remember—I never understood why I should be ashamed of my innate tendency to explore my sexuality until my mom sat me down around age five and told me touching myself was like having sex with myself and I was to do it in private behind closed doors only.