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Animals and Sex

In class on Tuesday, it was mentioned that Bonobo apes are one of the only other animals that has sex for pleasure.  I remember hearing that dolphins also have sex for pleasure, and so I decided to look into whether other animals do as well.  Doing a quick search on Google, I found the wiki article on this matter.  After a quick run-down on animal sex-for-pleasure (which, by the way, is not what we should be asking.  The real question at stake is “do other animals have sex at arbitrary times?”  ie, do other animals have sex when they are not trying to reproduce?  Both the wiki article and this one think that sex is pleasurable for all animals), there’s a really interesting section on different types of sexual activity which animals engage in (did you know that some female penguins are prostitutes?)

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Googling Psychoanalysis

When I did my quick Google search last night, I came across this picture.  It made me laugh, so I thought I’d share.

Freud's UnconsciousI found this on Bryn Robinson’s blog, http://www.innkblotz.ca/2008/09/saturday-morning-freud-cartoons.html

There are all kinds of funny cartoons you can find if you Google Image Search “psychoanalysis.”

Here’s another one I laughed at:

therapydogThis one comes from Smartdog’s Weblog, http://smartdogs.wordpress.com/2009/04/17/psychoanalysis-behaviorism-and-myth/

Here’s one more, from  Evidencesx’s World (http://evidencesx.wordpress.com/2008/06/17/%E2%80%9Cblogging-is-less-expensive-than-a-psychoanalysis%E2%80%9D/):

http://evidencesx.wordpress.com/2008/06/17/%E2%80%9Cblogging-is-less-expensive-than-a-psychoanalysis%E2%80%9D/I got a kick out of the blog post where I found this last picture.  The author of the post talks about how blogging is like psychoanalysis but better (aka cheaper).

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