This project is an offshoot of Wiki Project Animals I have added four common acronyms used throughout the article in the "acronyms" field.Not sure whether this is useful or just information clutter. --Tom (LT) (talk) , 2 September 2016 (UTC) I've reinstated these...

The 'Unconventional Practices' sections is misleadingly short as well, it mentions BDSM and fetishism as if those are only options.

There is a tremendous range of unusual stuff which people get up to.

I will make the table of contents smaller so this is less visible at the article's lead. --Tom (LT) (talk) , 6 September 2016 (UTC) Well - i cannot see any reasoning for this separation.

Hyperthyroid and co are just adjectives of the diseases.

Having the courage to "go out there" and make contact with people is what we are born to do and little incidents like the story below are no reason lose a positive attitude.

;-)Man arrested for killing ex-girlfriend, eating her brain The latter story is about a man who shot himself in the frontal lobe. From Wikipedia: The function of the frontal lobe involves the ability to recognize future consequences resulting from current actions, the choice between good and bad actions (or better and best), the override and suppression of socially unacceptable responses, and the determination of similarities and differences between things or events.

Two women or two men (or three or four or more) can have sex.

But the main thing is that we learn sex, we do not just instinctively do it. You will have to admit that you had to learn a great deal and perhaps you have since that time.

If you want to compare your sexuality to that of chimps, I suggest you watch chimps copulate (I can't even call it sex).