A Speculative Consideration of Certain Possible Forms of Sexual Selection in Man

@article{Hutchinson1959ASC,
  title={A Speculative Consideration of Certain Possible Forms of Sexual Selection in Man},
  author={G. Hutchinson},
  journal={The American Naturalist},
  year={1959},
  volume={93},
  pages={81 - 91}
}
There appears to be sufficient evidence that paraphilia, or the tendency to substitute reproductively non-significant sexual goals for a mate of the opposite sex, is sufficiently widespread in human populations, involves sufficiently lowered fertility and is under enough genetic control to affect the distribution of genotypes in such human populations as have been well studied. Psychoanalytic theory suggests that the most probable mode of operation of the genetic determinants is on the rates of… Expand
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