Submitted by Gary Wilson and... on Wed, 02/18/2015 - 10:04
Sexual brain training matters—especially during adolescence
It's normal for kids to want to learn all about sex, especially during puberty and adolescence when reproduction becomes the brain's top priority. For this we can thank the specifics of teen-brain development.
Think of an adolescent jungle primate watching another band with such fascination that he (or she, in some species) leaves his companions, and endures the slings and arrows of being without allies at the bottom of another troop's pecking order—all for a chance to get it on with exotic hotties in the future. The things our genes do to guarantee genetic diversity!
Now, fast-forward to a young guy discovering the mind-boggling novelty of Internet erotica: