Okay. While many of us won't admit it, we all like to talk about S-E-X. Whether it's the first time we had sex, the last time we had sex or the fact that somebody else is having sex. Or not. Regardless, the subject in and of itself seems to get people talking.
What's fascinating is that our interests don't appear to be limited to "human" sex. We also seem to enjoy learning more about animal sex (that would be sex between two animals of the same species). How do I know this you might ask? Because Google told me so and Google doesn't lie.
According to WebVet's Google Analytics, the number of visitors coming to our site as a result of searching for "Animal Sex" has increased by more than 280% over the previous month. The term "Animal Sex' is by far, and I mean really by far, the search term (with the exception of some version of WebVet) that drives the most traffic to our site. When I saw these statistics I had to ask myself, "what's up with this?" Are there a lot of lonely people out there? Are they simply curious about how other species 'do it' and how frequently?
We could ask WebVet's resident Animal "Sexpert" and creator of "Birds Do It, Bees Do It. Let's Talk About Sex", Sally Schloss. Not only is Sally's column fun, and funny, it's packed full of fascinating information about the various mating rituals of birds, dogs, cats, ducks (that one's especially interesting), and others. All I have to say is, "who knew"?
So, if you're one who is curious about how birds do it, bees do it, frogs do it and dogs do it . . . let's get down to it . . . let's talk about sex on www.webvet.com.