A new study shows how meat is used in exchange for sex among Chimpanzees.
Researchers Cristina Gomes and Christophe Boesch have discovered that wild chimps share their meat in order to get mating access. It has also been recorded that males also share their meat with random females, who display signs of being sexually excited.
So, if you believe that taking your girl out for a nice expensive steak dinner will lead to a promiscuous night? Think again, this only works for Chimpanzees.
Study Shows How Chimps Use Meat In Exchange For Sex
1. Meat-for-sex Exchange - The trend of using meat as a currency for mating among animals can inspire new perspectives on how incentives can operate among humans.
2. Alternative Incentives - This study can spark a trend in exploring alternative incentives besides money or gifts in exchange for goods or services.
3. Non-monetary Social Transactions - The trend of examining non-monetary social transactions among animals can lead to innovative business models that focus on relationships rather than traditional monetary rewards.
1. Dating and Relationships - The dating and relationship industry can leverage the insight from this study to create new marketing approaches to incentivize romantic behavior.
2. Employee Motivation and Rewards - Human resources and management industry can use this study as a basis for designing non-monetary reward systems that focus on the social and emotional aspect of employees.
3. Social Entrepreneurship - This trend can inspire social entrepreneurs to explore non-monetary transactions that can create value for both the business and the community it serves.