Two new studies analyze the origin of monogamy and come up with very different answers
Did a sexual revolution, led by low-ranking males and faithful females, lay down the roots of the modern family?
That old chestnut about women always wanting to cuddle? Myth, according to a Kinsey Institute study, which finds that kissing and hugging were more important to the happiness of men than of women.
It’s pretty obvious that for monogamy to work, both parties have got to be on the same page — which is why it’s useful to note that a new study found that’s not always the case. Researchers at Oregon State University …