Here's a quote from the article:

"Females, although infinitely divine, are by nature notoriously fickle things. Females in species after species, primates and otherwise, hedge their reproductive bets by mating with whatever males they can find."

Here's my feminist-hat-wearing response: why is it that the female in this arrangement is "fickle," whereas the male who services the female is uncharacterized? It takes two to be fickle, doesn't it?
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