Nature of Sex [DVD]
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The Nature of Sex: The Primal Instinct
This program is part of a PBS series that explores the nature of sex in all species, from plants to humans. In this first episode, the topic is the primal instinct for procreation. The documentary catalogues many permutations of the sex drive, from the mating dance of bird species, to the rutting drama of elk. Behind each expression, sometimes poignant or humorous, is the primal instinct to mate and produce offspring. Outstanding wildlife photography and scientific commentary provide the viewer a detailed look at this basic instinct. ~ Rose of Sharon Winter, Rovi

The Nature of Sex: A Time and a Place
This program is part of a PBS series that explores the nature of sex in all species, from plants to humans. In this second edition, the subject is the mating game. There is a time and place for courtship, and the program's photographers capture on film the multifarious courtship rituals engaged in by animal species. The film footage is often humorous, sometimes poignant, as the male suitors put on their best show to attract female partners. Scientists discuss the mating rituals, and how nature's seasons and celestial rhythms affect the process. ~ Rose of Sharon Winter, Rovi

The Nature of Sex: The Young Ones
This program is part of a PBS series that explores the nature of sex in all species, from plants to humans. In this final chapter of the series, the subject is the fruit of sexual relations: the young ones. Spectacular wildlife photography captures the birth and care of the progeny of animal species. There are heartwarming shots of wild creatures, who gently and patiently teach their offspring the necessary skills to survive. Whether there is just one baby or a litter of twelve, parents forge strong bonds with their young. ~ Rose of Sharon Winter, Rovi

The Nature of Sex: A Miracle in the Making
This program is part of a PBS series that explores the nature of sex in all species, from plants to humans. In this episode, the story turns to the progression in intimate relationships, when the miracle of conception occurs. In nature, even conception and birth have a wide range of variations, and the program considers some of these. The viewer observes the process, from the backs of spiders to the labyrinthine interior of the human womb. ~ Rose of Sharon Winter, Rovi

The Nature of Sex: Sex and the Human Animal
This program is part of a PBS series that explores the nature of sex in all species, from plants to humans. In this episode, the filmmakers turn their sights on the complicated human species. So many choices, so little time, might be the mantra of modern man. The role that changing social mores play in sexual behavior is examined. There is a humorous, insightful look at human sexual attraction, from perfumes and clothing to money and power. From pheromones to the tango, the human animal proves to be a very interesting subject. ~ Rose of Sharon Winter, Rovi

The Nature of Sex: The Sex Contract
This program is part of a PBS series that explores the nature of sex in all species, from plants to humans. In this episode, the subject is the sex contract. After the male has won his mate through his courtship overtures, the process continues. Offspring are on the way, but in the meantime, what is the nature of this relationship? Is it monogamous, or does the male have a roving eye? The program looks at the habits of different species, from the crane and wolf, who mate for life, to the philandering ways of the primates, including -- sometimes -- man. ~ Rose of Sharon Winter, Rovi

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