bed bug sex

Mostly, people just want to talk about bed bug sex. Discuss.

April 24, 2013

Bed bug sex, bed bug sex, bed bug sex.  People just cannot stop talking about bed bug sex. Occasionally, people write about bed bugs’ effect on human sex, for example, this article from GQ. But mostly, people just want to talk about traumatic insemination. How horrid  it is!  How inhuman! And the latest source of […]

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Breaking Bio podcasters talk with bed bug “sexpert” Mike Siva-Jothy

December 4, 2012

In this podcast, Steven Hamblin and the rest of the lively Breaking Bio podcast crew chat with University of Sheffield Professor (and bed bug expert) Mike Siva-Jothy about bed bug sex, small glass models of insect genetalia, and some possible reasons why pubic lice are not as prevalent as in times past. Bed bugs’ traumatic […]

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In case you have not heard enough about traumatic insemination…

February 9, 2010

… this blurb advertising Isabella Rossellini’s next project, a series called “Seduce Me,” will surely appeal to you: Very much the spawn of the 2009 multiple “Webby Award” winning series Green Porno, this new series will once again star Isabella Rossellini, only this time, she acts out the bizarre seduction strategies of nature’s most unique […]

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Bed bugs in the media: Animal Planet’s “Monsters Inside Me”

July 16, 2009

The Animal Planet show “Monsters Inside Me” recently featured an episode on bed bugs. Though the series title is misleading (since bed bugs do not live inside people), it is a show about human parasites. I strongly caution you that the images linked below can be quite disturbing to someone who is experiencing, has experienced, […]

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Times reports unusual bed bug immune organ brings “hope of malaria cure” for humans

September 23, 2008

Well, I’ll be. Bed bugs may actually contribute something positive to science. (And then I hope they all drop dead!) Seriously. The Times of London reports, A unique organ that could help in the battle against malaria has been discovered on female bedbugs who suffer serious problems from the amorous attentions of the opposite sex. […]

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