Join me at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County for “Lust in the Dust,” a colorful and intimate look at the natural history of insect and spider sex. This program is a no-holds barred look at the often bizarre and always fascinating sex lives of the world’s largest and most diverse group of animals. This richly illustrated lecture is scientifically sound, yet humorous and engaging for all adult audiences and peppered with sexual double entendres. Topics include insect orgies, flashers and dancers, foreplay, pickup spots, food and sex, chastity belts, dangerous liaisons, immaculate conceptions, rough sex, toxic semen, and more. Fruit flies, bed bugs, honey bees, black widows, and praying mantids are just a few of the characters that appear in these saucy and revealing tales of sex and death!
The lecture is followed by a book signing. Several of my books will be available for sale at the event. Tickets ($35 museum members, $45 non-members) available at 213.763.3399.