Frans de Waal

professor of primate behavior in the Department of Psychology at Emory University; author

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What can humans learn about sex and gender from chimpanzees and bonobos? That’s the focus of a new book by primatologist Frans de Waal.

Primates are teaching humans that homosexuality is natural

What can humans learn about sex and gender from chimpanzees and bonobos? That’s the focus of a new book by primatologist Frans de Waal.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Primatologist and author Frans de Waal discusses what he’s learned about gender differences through studying our closest ape ancestors.

Gender, through the eyes of a primatologist

Primatologist and author Frans de Waal discusses what he’s learned about gender differences through studying our closest ape ancestors.

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