Dr. Carin Bondar is a biologist, science writer, and filmmaker. Her latest just-completed project is a whimsical, informative ten-part documentary video series called Wild Sex. Here is the promo from the series trailer at earthtouch.tv ~
"Let's talk about sex. And not just any old sex. The animal kingdom is a wild place ~ and it's got mating habits to match. We're getting it on with kinky rituals, titillating pheromones, post-coital cannibalism, golden showers, orgy marathons, and penises that put King Kong to shame. Biologist-with-a-twist Dr. Carin Bondar is stripping down to the bare truth of nature's X-rated side."
Please bear in mind that the material is about animal sex, not human sex. Yes, I know, we're animals, too. But I think you'll find lots of scenes to blow your mind, arouse your interest, and tickle your funny bone as you watch these animal mating stories.
Below you will find links to the trailer, and to each segment of the series. A nice feature ~ you can click on the trailer and then relax, as each succeeding segment automatically begins when the previous one ends. Or you can skip to a title you find appealing. Fasten your seat belts, it's going to be a wild ride!
- Wild Sex trailer ~ 1:34
- Episode 01 ~ 4:49 ~ Sexual Cannibalism
- Episode 02 ~ 4:23 ~ When Sex Gets Stuck
- Episode 03 ~ 12:20 ~ Dildos and Dolphins
- Episode 04 ~ 5:43 ~ Beach Babes and Boob Jobs
- Episode 05 ~ 7:57 ~ Size Matters
- Episode 06 ~ 5:31 ~ Sexy Dance-offs
- Episode 08 ~ 6:32 ~ Sneaky F*ckers
- Episode 09 ~ 6:11 ~ Virgins
- Episode 10 ~ 8:01 ~ Power of the Penis
David Kroll at the esteemed Forbes website reviewed the Wild Sex series, saying in part ~ "Carin's a real pro on film and ~ well, yes ~ she's rather attractive to a large demographic, The episodes are pretty racy depending on your background (episodes include sex toys, bondage, etc.), the language is frank, and Carin is the prop for much of the narrative. But it's not cheap or exploitative ~ the presentation aspect of science communication has been part of Carin's science live as far back as she can remember." Kroll's piece includes an embedded video interview with Dr. Bondar.
So there you have it. This biologist had a lot of fun watching the series. I hope you do, too.