Talk:Sexual attraction

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Article must specify a difference between sexual attraction and sexual selection[change source]

The article must specify a difference between sexual attraction and sexual selection. Currently, it feels like it is describing sexual selection. Sexual selection is a natural phenomenon where living organisms that reproduce sexually select themselves for the best characteristics that would be suitable for healthy, viable offspring. It ties closely to sexual attraction. Sort of confusing, if you ask me. SuperSuperSmarty (talk) 03:19, 20 November 2011 (UTC)

"Same species"[change source]

The article says "to other members of the same species". As far as I know, zoophiles feel attraction to other species, and that should also count as "sexual attraction". Maybe the article needs fixing? Note: I'm not a sexologist nor a zoophile. 91.157.120.85 (talk) 19:06, 6 April 2017 (UTC)