People have been getting freaky in the bedroom and outdoors for centuries, and sometimes, things get pretty crazy. Whether it's because of tradition, culture or just general kinkiness, there's a bunch of weird sexual customs the world over that make you go WTF. The Sambian Tribe of New Guinea have a tradition of separating their boys from the girls at the age of 7 for 10 years. During this period, they undergo piercings, nose bleeds and have to drink the semen of the tribes mightiest warriors.
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Eric Aniva told the BBC that he was hired by families to have sex with more than young women, including children, in what was described as "ritual cleansing. This week, a man named Eric Aniva from Malawi was arrested after the BBC broadcast the minute radio report " 'Stealing Innocence' in Malawi," which featured Aniva bragging about being paid to sleep with more than young girls and women, some as young as 12 years old. Aniva is known in Malawi as a "hyena" man — someone hired by families to have sex with girls after their first menstruation. We spoke to two staffers from Equality Now , an international human rights organization devoted to girls and women's issues, to learn more: Christa Stewart , a program manager, and Naitore Nyamu , a program officer based in Kenya. According to Stewart, the practice is viewed as a way to ritually cleanse girls after their first period, usually within a three-day window. Some families tell girls they will get infections if they don't have sex with a "hyena," says Stewart.
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This species of bird prefers wetlands with nearby grasslands and cultivated land near rivers and lakes. All cranes participate in spectacular dance routines involving head-bobbing, wing-fluttering, leaps and deep bows, running with wings flapping and even short, low flights. These elaborate dances serve as courtship rituals to attract mates. For young birds, dancing helps develop physical and social skills, but spontaneous dancing can occur anytime during the year. In a flock of cranes, if one bird starts dancing soon all the others join in.
The term "monogamy" may be referring to one of various relational types, depending upon context. Generally, there are four overlapping definitions. For instance, biologists, biological anthropologists , and behavioral ecologists often use monogamy in the sense of sexual, if not genetic reproductive , exclusivity. According to the Ethnographic Atlas by George P. Murdock, of 1, societies from around the world noted, were monogamous; had occasional polygyny; had more frequent polygyny; and 4 had polyandry.