New research uncovers the role of the primate baculum and may explain why humans don’t have one.
Researchers show that a sexually transmitted disease similar to gonorrhoea could have got rid of promiscuous behaviour in agricultural societies.
Sex roles in nature don't always follow the same script. In fact, some females have genitals that resemble a penis. How can this be? Evolution has the answers.
A study published in JAMA Psychiatry this week sheds light on the influence of psychiatric disorders on relationships and mating.
Research shows that women are especially drawn to gay men in certain contexts.
Researchers have found the first evidence that dinosaurs grew unusual features like crests and horns as a way of attracting a mate.
Researchers believe newly uncovered fossils suggest some dinosaurs had similar courtship practices to modern birds. But can ancient footprints really reveal so much?
From dancing to giving presents, animals have evolved some effective and surprisingly familiar ways of wooing a mate.
Biologists, along with most of the internet, have been puzzled as to why peacock spiders have such flamboyant courtship displays. So we decided to find out.
Married couples share a significantly higher number of genetic similarities compared to any two random individuals. Researchers…
The male green poison-dart frog is able to deliver bold mating calls to females while being less conspicuous to potential…
Male lyrebirds perform choreographed dances to match the song they are singing when trying to attract a mate. Not only do…