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... some evidence suggests human females also undergo semi-annual heat cycles. Although sexual responsiveness is influenced by social and cultural factors, there is evidence that human females undergo emotional and physiological changes associated with estrus cycles and may be more likely to be irritable and/or sexually aroused during the peaks of heat cycles. Further, just as males of other species respond in differing ways to females in...
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The reason why some women have problems reaching orgasm might be down to their genes, say scientists. By studying 4,000 twins, researchers found female orgasm is not all psycho-social as some claim.


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Female Gouldian finches "decide" to have more male chicks if they are less compatible with their mate.


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Egyptologists say they have identified the 3,000-year-old mummy of Hatshepsut, Egypt's most powerful female ruler.


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Chemicals in plastics alter the brains of baby boys, making them "more feminine", say US researchers.


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Two troops of baboons have been filmed going to war, with hundreds of monkeys entering into a pitched battle. The fight, filmed by the BBC Natural History Unit, appears to be triggered by male baboons attempting to steal females from the harems of rivals.


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When it comes to choosing a mate, female toads may have more control than previously thought.


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At least 41 people have been killed and 106 injured by a female suicide bomber in north-east Baghdad.


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Monkeys pay more attention to females than to males, according to research.


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Researchers have discovered voice recognition computers find men harder to understand than women.


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Analysis of early human-like populations in southern Africa suggests females left their childhood homes, while males stayed at home. An international team examined tooth samples for metallic traces which can be linked to the geological areas in which individuals grew up. The conclusion was that while most the males lived and died around the same river valley, the females moved on. Similar patterns have been observed in chimpanzees, bonobos...


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