Skip to comments.Genes drive ability to orgasm: Scientists say DNA exerts strong influence on whether women climax
Posted on 06/08/2005 3:40:51 AM PDT by PatrickHenry
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"It's a taboo subject,"
LOL! There's been nothing taboo about the female orgasm for the last 20 years! It's all some women even discuss and it's been on Broadway for pete's sake.
Interesting that this was published after Mother's Day but before Father's Day. Wonder which parent passes along the "best" genes.
Well, there goes my W & W theory.
Wine and Barry White ...
Good...yet ANOTHER thing Stephen Jay Gould was wrong about.
Folks, look no further than this sentence. It simply fails to discuss how looking at the gene's of men brought about Viagra - oh, wait a minute. Maybe that is because Viagra was discovered outside of genetic factors! So, this article, and research, has one motive: promoting EVOLUTION, using sex as bait.
I bet the authors spent a lot of time in the magazine asiles looking at Hot Rod magazine, and noting the cars always had a pretty girl w/ them. I can see the cover of Hot Evolution now!!
Proving once again that the old saying, "No sex please, we're British" is still true.
Actually, it just proves that men named "Gene" are fantastic lovers...
Thanks Mom & Dad.....
Who cares? </Sam Kinison>
An interesting hypothesis. I visited PubMed in order to find the paper this article discusses, and got no matches, so the paper is likely still waiting to be printed. However, that means we may not see the exact methods employed by the researchers. Seeing as the achievement of the subject of the article includes many factors that are poorly accounted for (such as mood and the level of happiness with one's partner, whether the study subjects are married or unmarried, et cetera), methodology is a concern.
I realize I might be behind the curve, but is orgasm a verb?
"Thanks Mom & Dad....."
Merriam-Webster says that it's not. I've also heard the word used as a verb many times.
Well, thank gawd, its not my fault!
I always told her it wasn't my fault.
But should I tell her its her parents fault?
Sounds like a bad counseling session.
My friend ay the University of New Jersey, who studies such things claims that the intensity of a person's orgasms is related to the way a person sneezes. As we all know a sneeze can vary from an imperceptable grunt to a an uncontrollable AH CA CHOOO!!
Personally, he doesn't think it is genetics.
I once had the experience of reading the Bible out loud to two people, a man and a woman, who were shacking up.
The woman, when I was finished, suddenly loudly exclaimed, 'my goodness, when I hear a man read scripture, it makes me HOT!'. I was startled, and I calibrated this experience to some other Sunday afternoon experiences I recalled.
This article says nothing about what many many women already know: the greatest aphrodisiac is when their mate speaks the truth to them, from the heart. Lying is a turn off, in short. But if most folks can't trust themselves to tell the truth or trust others to tell the truth, well that has pretty unhappy implications for HER future sex life.
Sadly, in our world today, good liars are rewarded. And the art of 'telling the truth', why that art is just fantasy and not to be discussed!!
Evolution in and of itself is well disguised, it very effectively promotes the art of deception. This article is titanically deceptive in that it approaches this one hot button subject, and offers genetic thinking and great and glorious scientists and their research as the solution. For only scientists are trustworthy .... yeah, right.
Men who don't take their wives to church: take this suggestion... pick a typical 'mega-church' protestant church. Take your wife there, just once. Then, after Sunday lunch, observe the changes of this 'exposure' in your wife. It is just a mere scientific experiment, and you have nothing to lose.
But I predict this: your Sunday afternoon will be of a different, and very likely more rewarding than usual character. Then evaluate for yourself, scientifically, the data provided by the experiment.
(Another way to calibrate the above info is to consider this: pornography, the 'writings of whores', has the ability to promote sexual desire too, but why? Because it is an arena where artificial truth telling is masterfully practiced. After all, the writers of Penthouse Forum MUST be telling their truths, right? Porn-writers are in effect sitting in a pseudo-pew, imitating what is already in churches.
And for many, given they never experience bona fide truth telling, they'll take that product and result, the artifical jolts, and convince themselves this is the best they can come up with.)
The article mentioned twin peaks, hehehe.
"Actually, it just proves that men named "Gene" are fantastic lovers..."
Nyuh-uh! Not all of them. I once dated... Oh, never mind.
Like Gene Simmons? Or is it Gene Autry?
The Michael Jackson Complex is an obvious fixation on mutilation of and deviance with human anatomy in the media. It is indicative of a societal mental illness that caters to the lowest common denominator and generated with Pavlovian behavioral conditioning in popular culture.
A modern use of idolatry, Pavlovian behavioral conditioning, conditioned responses...
Wine and Barry White ..."
Works for Chef on Southpark.
Best post of the day!
IMO it all cumulates down to how the twin peaks are handled.
Do you believe this is a result of the authoritative truth or the effect of what is perceived as confirmation of mutual dedication?
I imagine it depends on how a man looks in his jeans and whether or not he makes love to the woman in his jeans. You can tell I got the audio version of this story.
I don't think it's all that mysterious. Early in development, the equipment is the same. It's the early exposure to testosterone that causes the male fetus to differentiate as a male; the "default" pathway leads to a female. There is a genetic syndrome where an XY person lacks the androgen receptors and is an infertile female. Since the equipment starts out the same, I expect the nerves and brain connections to be similar, too.
Beyond Seven minute placemarker.
Does that mean she is having at least a third and maybe 60% of an orgasm? Isn't that called premature articulation, or something like that?
Does that mean that you are curve challenged , or unable to curve?
To be serious about this article, it is not mentioned that a man can have an ejaculation not involving an orgasm, so IMHO this article is not very scientific at all.
There are many ways to curve. At least I don't have the bill clinton curvature.
No, not at all. Gould's thesis was that the female orgasm was not adaptive, not that it was not genetic. He theorized that it was the result of the fact that the clitoris is the homologue of the penis. Therefore, the female orgasm exists as a sort-of side note to the selective pressure to generate the male orgasm, but that there was no direct adaptive pressure on the female which resulted in the clitoris or the female orgasm. In a similar manner, males have nipples, but they are not there because of any adaptive pressure for men to have nipples, but because of the adaptive pressure on women to have nipples. Male nipples are homologues of true female nipples.
Nothing in this view is challenged by the article. In fact, in some ways it supports it. If the female orgasm was purely adaptive, I would expect the genetic correlation to be even higher.
If anything, I think Gould's theory is correct, but incomplete. I think it is an accurate account of the origin of the clitoris and female orgasm, but it failed to account for pre-adaptation. That is to say, although the female orgasm did not originate as an adaptation, it is becoming adaptive. I think that if female orgasm accompanied by vaginal contractions actually moves the cervix closer to the sperm creating a fertilization advantage, this can be a true adaptation, but one made possible by the preadaptive homologue responsible for the female orgasm in the first place.
This is difficult to believe. Every woman I have been with was multi-orgasmic. Are there really women out there who can not have at least one orgasm?
Wanna buy a bridge?
I definitely don't think it is confirmation of mutual dedication. He can accoumplish that by spending a lot of money on a diamond.
I think 'exposure' to truth is the simple key here. Churches sometimes misadvirtise they are the authority to that truth, but most of them in my experience act as mediators for truth delivery. Some mediators in truth are much better than others.
And some act as outright obfuscators...
A long time ago I studied a little Tantra Yoga.
The last thing I want to think of in relation to orgasms is genetics. Ugh, gives me the willies!
Ah, the trade off. Women get to have multiple orgasms ... men get to pee standing up.