Brain man woman; What differences? Psychology

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Re: Brain man woman; What differences? Psychology




by Christophe » 29/09/18, 13:06

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Re: Brain man woman; What differences? Psychology




by Christophe » 30/08/19, 19:51

It's not too much at the level of the brain but I find this custom interesting for the equality of the sexes:

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Re: Brain man woman; What differences? Psychology




by Ahmed » 30/08/19, 20:11

Without commenting on this particular point, he suggests to me, however, that if the pains of the childbirth concerned the men, the world population would be very reduced compared to the present situation ... : Mrgreen:
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Re: Brain man woman; What differences? Psychology




by Christophe » 30/08/19, 22:20

Yes certainly but that's why God the Nature evolution has given women the interesting skill "Multi-orgasms" ... : Mrgreen:

I do not know if this is the case with other females of the animal world ... probably yes ...

A subject that speaks of the question: Science-and-Technology / l-female-orgasm-in-image-MRI sexology-and-brain-t11303.html
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Re: Brain man woman; What differences? Psychology




by Ahmed » 30/08/19, 22:47

This is an interesting compensatory approach, but orgasms and childbirth are not linked, since the former are technically useless at fertilization (aside, of course, the incentive side 8) and that they can on the other hand be dissociated from the second consequence, by means of the ad hoc precautions ...
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Re: Brain man woman; What differences? Psychology




by Christophe » 30/08/19, 22:59

Ahmed wrote:the former are technically useless at fertilization


Yes that's what we hear regularly ... perso I will put a damper on this dogma!

Between 15 and 25 years it may be the case: women are the most fertile in this period of their lives ... after I would not be so sure!

Besides many women have their 1er real orgasm after 25 years ... cqfd ... : Cheesy:

ps: the orgasm does not have to be during the fertilizing relationship ... but it must be with the partner in question ...nature is not binary and the woman is even less! : Mrgreen: : Mrgreen: : Mrgreen:
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Re: Brain man woman; What differences? Psychology




by Ahmed » 30/08/19, 23:07

I confess I do not understand your answer ... :?:
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Re: Brain man woman; What differences? Psychology




by Christophe » 30/08/19, 23:12

I mean that there is an important psychological part in the fertilization from a certain age ...

A woman can not become pregnant if she is not psychologically ready ... but as I said: it's far from being binary, it's complex and case by case ... obviously the quality DNA donor also plays ...
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Re: Brain man woman; What differences? Psychology




by Ahmed » 30/08/19, 23:30

The psychological part does not seem to play a preponderant role * in the case of mass rapes which happen quite regularly during conflicts ... and female orgasms can be excluded methodologically * in these circumstances ...

* I specify for the misunderstood that it is of the second degree ...
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Re: Brain man woman; What differences? Psychology




by Christophe » 30/08/19, 23:39

Yes please confirm that it is not binary as hypothesis!

Note that:

- rapes are often the youngest women ...

- some raped women can have an orgasm despite "appearances": https://www.nouvelobs.com/rue89/nos-vie ... times.html

- a woman can have 1000 orgasms without contraception and without getting pregnant

I think that the orgasm psychologically favors fertilization but it is a condition neither necessary nor sufficient ... in short it is very feminine as operation! : Cheesy: : Cheesy:
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