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The discovery has prompted a lot of marveling from the media. There are numerous documented instances of animal masturbation , a habit enjoyed by primates as well as creatures including dolphins, elephants, penguins, and bats. Although the role of the sika deer adds a layer of complexity: Can a deer consent to interspecies frottage? That matter aside, there are a lot of animals out there who are, if you will, spanking the monkey. So if macaques do it, dolphins do it, birds and probably even bees do it, why do humans still have so much difficulty talking about sexual pleasure? Sex education curricula rarely venture beyond discussions of condoms, birth control, and puberty if they even cover condoms and birth control ; for many of us, the idea of discussing masturbation seems particularly prurient and unseemly.
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Japanese macaques grinding on deer can teach us to be more open-minded about sex
Zoologger: Female monkeys indulge in synchronised sex | New Scientist
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Randy monkeys have sex while standing on woman’s knee in forest
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All rights reserved. On December 11, scientists at the University of Lethbridge in Canada published a paper revealing what appear to be sex acts between young female Japanese macaques and sika deer. The wild monkeys were observed mounting the deer in Minoo, central Japan. Similar monkey-deer interactions on Yakushima Island were reported in January But while the previous research is based on anecdotal evidence, the current work focuses on the numbers.