- May 22, 2011
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To this, I would add that women can also if they so choose have sex and orgasm during pregnancy.ZealousZeal said:Let me put it this way, and see if it helps you understand why everyone is all "Whaaa?":JamesR said:Explain why. If men were meant to be monogomous then how come we can orgasm so fast whereas it takes a woman nine months to have a child? The reason is because we were designed to impregnate several women. If men were meant to be monogomous then wouldn't you think that we would only be able to orgasm every nine months to be on the same pace as our wife?Achronos said:This is BS.JamesR said:Because it is. By our very nature we are not monogomous. Men were biologically designed to have several female partners. Hence why we can orgasm like every ten minutes whereas it takes nine months for one woman to have a child.Achronos said:I want to know why men think its a biological impulse to commit adultery.
You're equating apples and oranges... in this case: orgasms and gestation. They are two separate things entirely. And really, your argument works against you. Women can potentially orgasm in more rapid succession than men, in that females have a shorter refractory period. To put it bluntly: once a man orgasms, his body needs time to recover before arousal is possible again (adolescence notwithstanding ). On the other hand, once a woman orgasms, her body is still in a state of arousal.
It would be better for your argument against monogamy being biological if you took orgasms out of the equation entirely, and instead focused on what you hinted at earlier: the woman gestates a baby, and for 9 months at that, while the man remains physically unencumbered despite fathering a child or copious amounts of children. Even if a woman had multiple partners her potential yield of children remains relatively set. A man, however, could certainly increase his yield of children if he increased his partners.
I hope I'm clear as mud, because I can't bring myself to type orgasm one more time. Fin.