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5 results for 'anthropology'

Stone Map with Rivers & placenames

By Shaun Gibson, published on Sep 9, 2013


Images of the stone Paleo Map showing approximate placements, harbours and rivers from England & Germany in the north down to southern Africa in the southern half. The red dots mark the southern limit of the Anglican Ice Age around half a million years ago, which obliterated the River Lytham and changed the course of many rivers in northern Germany above the line, see geomorphology map in another post. I have left out many other points of reference such as the Channel Islands, St Malo, Antwerp, Brest, Crozon,... (more)

Tags: anthropology, archaeology bone, early man, handaxe, homo erectus, homo heidelbergensis, lithics map, palaeolithic, paleolithic, prehistoric, stone age

Indulging - Top 5 Sex Sites

By Maylin Gonzalez, published on Mar 1, 2012

In this entry, the first of many in the new 2012; there wont be any recaps of 2011, so - moving on!

Have you ever wondered what drives humanity to be overly sexual, or perhaps, not driven enough? In the years in which I've studied humanity as a whole; I've come across various scenarios, yet i have never been able to figure out what makes a person overindulge. I've had many ideas as of why the norm has inflated over the years, but i have not encountered the reasons in which the norm has also depleted. Perhaps the increased availability of material which its beneficial to such overindulgement... (more)

Tags: sex, humanity, porn, men, technology, blog, 2012, computer, obsession, anthropology, sociology, porn sites

Words of Destruction

By Maylin Gonzalez, published on Nov 16, 2011

You have been drinking… Beer, wine, liquor, water… more beer, more liquor and wine. You start to feel warm, satisfied, seductive, mysterious even. Your partner is near, he looks good and that smile has never seemed sexier as it does now. You wait a bit, your friends are chatting and there is no escape route near.

You’re stuck.

The heat within you rises by the minute, scratch that, by the second. You are drowning in an inner pool of thoughts, desires, and need. Finally, a wait out! You’re going home, you’re excited, divine joy. Nothing more than seclusion between you both. Nearly... (more)

Tags: sex, intimacy, relationship, inkedlabyrinth, anthropology, no sex, bad sex

Uneducated Blogging & The Unrelated Enemy

By Maylin Gonzalez, published on Oct 8, 2011

In one of my emails to Inked_Labyrinth, I was asked about my greatest pet-peeve.What is it??Why is it?How can one learn from it?

The more I thought about it, the more I realized, I don’t technically have a specific pet-peeve, not just one, I have various. Yet if I was to pick one, or maybe even two, to be at the very top of my list; they would be Uneducated Blogging and Unrelated Enemies. I understand that many of those who do blog, do so out of their own experiences. Yet to give advice to readers who need help, through your own personal opinions and without further educated knowledge;... (more)

Tags: education, blogging, blog, friend, threat, enemies, anthropology, abraham lincoln, enemy, manifestation, pet peeve

Normal Sexual Behaviors, Paraphilia and Addiction

By Maylin Gonzalez, published on Oct 3, 2011

“While human biology is the ultimate basis for our sexual behavior; culture and society are the most important influences on how individuals experience and express their sexuality.” – J. Patrick and Linda Wolfe, anthropologists

This is where variant sexual behavior comes into play and It makes me wonder: Are the boundaries of illness and disorder really so distinct? What is considered ‘normal’ sexual behavior and when is it considered Paraphilia?

First there is the criterias used to define ‘normal’ sexual behavior. Prevalence is where we tend to assume that if most people engage... (more)

Tags: sex, illness, behavior, inkedlabyrinth, anthropology, paraphilia, sick, sociology

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