by Cynthia on 14/02/13 at 9:10 am
Yes, just in time for Valentine’s day, a post all about explicit sex . . . animal sex that is.
Isabella Rossalinihas produced a series of short films about animal sex for the Sundance Channel since 2008. Season one consists of eight films focusing on various ways of seduction. Season two concentrates on marine life and season three expands to include a few minutes about how commercial fishing endangers the reproductive cycles of ocean life.
Although the format is a gorgeous puppet vignette, this is NOT for children unless you are ready to explain a whole lot of explicit visuals and blatant sexual terms such as vagina, testicles, and penis. In fact many are flagged on youtube just so that unsuspecting viewers don’t click on this “cute animal puppet show”
Here is a little sample to get you in the mood:
Once you’ve been thoroughly aroused why not go to bed and continue your pleasure with a good book like . . . .
Dr Tatiana’s Sex Advice to All Creation: Using the classic “Dear Abby” style, Dr. Tatiana is prepared to answer confusing and embarrassing reproductive questions, including the evolutionary reasons behind certain sexual anatomy. (Geek bonus: founder of evolutionary theory, Charles Darwin, was born February 12, 1809.)
Excerpt from www.drtatiana.com
Do your genitals explode? Are you 200,000 times smaller than your mate? Do you drug your lover with a potion that keeps her faithful? You may not get up to such tricks, but some creatures do: sex is one of the most powerful forces in nature, and generates an astounding diversity of forms and behaviors. But why?
Dr Tatiana’s Sex Advice to All Creation explores the science of sex, considering everything from why females of so many species are so promiscuous to why sex exists at all. It is a blend of wit and rigor, a fusion of science and natural history, that will entertain, amaze, and inform.
Dr Tatiana’s Sex Advice to All Creation, the book, has been translated into more than 15 languages. World-famous evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins has described it as a “winningly sophisticated zoological comedy.” The book was shortlisted for the UK’s most prestigious award for nonfiction, the Samuel Johnson prize, and has won the BIOSIS award for communicating zoology from the Zoological Society of London.
Dr Tatiana has been adapted to a TV show, and is quite possibly the most original science documentary ever made. Get ready for sex like you’ve never seen it before!
The three episodes were broadcast in the UK and Canada in May 2005, and in Australia in January 2006. A French adaptation was broadcast in December 2005. So far, however, the show has been deemed too risqué for the USA…