Daily Archives: December 12, 2010

When Animal Defenses Encounter a Human Predator: Part III

Spontaneous tonic immobility is common during rape, but it doesn’t discourage many rapists. The problem is that tonic immobility was designed by Nature to deal with animal predators (e.g., big cats and bears), not human ones. Human predators usually don’t … Continue reading

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