Sex and evolution

I was “noticing people” (that’s the polite way of saying it), and wondering why glutes are intimate body parts. A more crass way of putting that: Why are asses arousing? Like, I’m serious. It makes sense from an evolutionary perspective why genitalia and other body regions, such as a specific hip -to-waist ratio, would cause sexism arousal: Those were indications of a fertile and willing reproductive partner. But the butt? As far as I know, there’s no physiological correlate associated with a healthy ass and healthy kids.

Yet, men (and many women) love looking at Jennifer Lopez. Someone explain this to me.

Starting over

I’m crushed. Thanks to the incompetent people working at Hostmonster, I lost both of my websites, including the years of blogs I wrote, and many photos, and probably thousands of hours worth of content.

But I learn. And am moving on. I’m going to start again, and sadly have learned to trust a little less (I’m going to be doing my own backing up from now on).

I debated not keeping a blog anymore, as I recently read a study that social media correlates highly with depression, and I am slightly worried that the relationship could be causal. But then I thought about how bad I am at updating blogs regularly and my fears abated.

So here’s to a fresh start. With any luck I’ll have hot, fresh new content more impressive than anything on the old blog. Aaaaand maybe I’ll repost the best stuff from before 😏 .

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