Tulsi Shreds Critics Of Her Bill To Keep Biological Men Out Of Women’s Sports: It’s ‘Based On Science’

(Ryan Saavedra) Democrat Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (HI) slammed critics of her bill to protect women and girls in female sports, saying that some of those who were attacking it were doing so because they don’t like Title IX, which recognizes the “biological distinction between men and women.”

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The Influence of Technology on Sexuality

(Exploring Your Mind) How has technology influenced sexuality? Technology and new forms of communication are some of the factors that have most influenced today’s society. They’ve gradually and consistently taken center stage. Furthermore, practically no areas or fields have evolved indifferent to its presence. Thus, they’ve also become protagonists in the field of sexuality. Related Global Mind […]

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Findings Bridge Knowledge Gap Between Pheromone Sensitivity and Courtship

(Science Daily) Neurobiologists have made a series of discoveries about fruit fly fertility and smell. The findings solve a long-standing puzzle of whether and how courtship-promoting signals are amplified by olfactory receptor neurons, or ORNs. The researchers found that a channel known as PPK25 amplifies courtship signals in the ORNs of male flies. Biologically, PPK25 heightens males’ sensitivity to their mates’ odors at the age of peak fertility, thus promoting courtship when flies are most fertile.

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