Sex, sexuality mardi gras and what works for you

Sex, sexuality mardi gras and what works for you

I did say I would give you some information about the fabulous women I heard speak on Radio National’s ‘Australia talks’ on 20th December 2007. Here they are under the title of that show:

Science of sexuality

Dr.Clio Cresswell
Mathematician, University of Sydney and author of Mathematics and Sex

Jennifer Graves
Professor of comparative genomics, the Research School of Biological Sciences, Australian National University, Canberra
Lish Fejer
Science nerd with a GSOH (good sense of humour)
Freelance communicator, presenter and performer, and appears on ABC TV’s Carbon

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I went looking for a bit more and found more stuff including some of the bits you see below from Clio Cresswell, obviously smart and entertaining and I’m guessing it doesn’t hurt her to have a (literally) sexy topic and being not unattractive herself. All power to her. Here’s what she said on Radio National’s Catalyst 4th October 2007 on her topic of ‘Sex and mathematics.’

‘My most famous theory is the 12 bonk rule. You have 12 partners and then you pick the next best after that for you so the next best could be number 16, 50, 110 its up to you to decide. I’ve had way more than 12 partners but that’s shown me that I have probably met someone in my past that I could actually be very happy with but I’ve just got a commitment issue. Oh god it’s getting hot in here isn’t it.’

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And a bit more from the New Zealand Listener (Oct 2004)

‘If you’re buying a DVD player, think of all the effort you got to. But when it comes to marriage, we just go all barmy. There’s a 50 per cent predicted divorce rate, yet if there was a 50 per cent probability that the DVD player that you bought was going to crap out in a year’s time, you’d really think twice about buying it.’

Wadaya reckon?

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