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    Oct 29, 2013 4:37 AM GMT
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  • Wyatt

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    Oct 29, 2013 5:15 AM GMT
    Every aspect of our bodies are shaped based off of evolution. Males with the penises shaped like the ones most have today were more efficient than other variations and so more of the organism's alleles with the penis shaped better will be able to be passed on. The males with such penises were more fit, reproductively.

    Its purpose which is to project sperm into the female uterus in an attempt to fertilize an ovum while indicating to the organism that the experience is good and to "do it again" is accomplished by its shape. As all biologists will tell you, shape = function almost 100% of the time.

    It's shape, a long cylindrical one, coupled with the bundles of nerve fibres, fits both of these purposes. The clusters of nerve cells in the penis sends an intense stimulus to the brain when stimulated and causes the release of dopamine; the neurotransmitter affiliated with rewarding/pleasurable experiences.

    One thing to note: foreskin has many purposes, including to increase the penis' sensitivity, and to provide lubrication without which would be detrimental to the coital experience.
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    Oct 29, 2013 5:23 AM GMT
    I would agree. Then you could ask what purpose do nipples serve on a man when we don't have the biological makeup like a woman to breast feed. What about body hair, what purpose does it really serve? What about women who have beards and grow chest hair or have hairy legs?

    Its just that I believe, during our development in the womb, our minds were hard wired to be attracted to the same sex. Just like how your sex (gender) really doesn't become apparent until like 3 months into the pregnancy. Which I believe gives further evidence that some hormones are definitely at play in determining your sexuality.

    I think along the way, evolution has some unexplainable moments in it, some might call it a flaw or just a means of how mother nature handles population control. I looked into the fact that, a large group of gay men (not all) are very promiscuous and engage in unprotected sex, imagine if their brain were hard wired to be attracted to the opposite sex? They probably would have a lot of baby mommas or very large families.

    Might have gone off a bit.
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    Oct 29, 2013 5:39 AM GMT
    aren't they awesome!!! lol icon_wink.gif
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    Oct 29, 2013 7:26 AM GMT
    woodsmen saidAnother interesting evolutionary design is our testicles. They retract to protect themselves from damage during thrusting. And also to provide warmer temperature to activate the sperms.


    cooler temp actually
  • Wyatt

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    Oct 29, 2013 1:02 PM GMT
    PaulDee saidI would agree. Then you could ask what purpose do nipples serve on a man when we don't have the biological makeup like a woman to breast feed. What about body hair, what purpose does it really serve? What about women who have beards and grow chest hair or have hairy legs?

    Its just that I believe, during our development in the womb, our minds were hard wired to be attracted to the same sex. Just like how your sex (gender) really doesn't become apparent until like 3 months into the pregnancy. Which I believe gives further evidence that some hormones are definitely at play in determining your sexuality.

    I think along the way, evolution has some unexplainable moments in it, some might call it a flaw or just a means of how mother nature handles population control. I looked into the fact that, a large group of gay men (not all) are very promiscuous and engage in unprotected sex, imagine if their brain were hard wired to be attracted to the opposite sex? They probably would have a lot of baby mommas or very large families.

    Might have gone off a bit.


    Nipples: a vestigial part of the male body (we all start as female in the womb then develop accordingly depending on our sex chromosomes).

    Body hair: if primates didn't have body hair, and the babies didn't have that inert response to grab onto something, the babies would have fallen out of the tree. Have you ever noticed when a baby is born when you put your finger in their hand the first thing they do is grab it? They would have used that response as a primate to avoid falling out of the tree if they were born in a tree.

    Also here's a fun fact: homosexual behaviour in animals actually increases the reproductive fitness of the whole species.
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    Oct 29, 2013 1:53 PM GMT
    Wyatt said
    PaulDee saidI would agree. Then you could ask what purpose do nipples serve on a man when we don't have the biological makeup like a woman to breast feed. What about body hair, what purpose does it really serve? What about women who have beards and grow chest hair or have hairy legs?

    Its just that I believe, during our development in the womb, our minds were hard wired to be attracted to the same sex. Just like how your sex (gender) really doesn't become apparent until like 3 months into the pregnancy. Which I believe gives further evidence that some hormones are definitely at play in determining your sexuality.

    I think along the way, evolution has some unexplainable moments in it, some might call it a flaw or just a means of how mother nature handles population control. I looked into the fact that, a large group of gay men (not all) are very promiscuous and engage in unprotected sex, imagine if their brain were hard wired to be attracted to the opposite sex? They probably would have a lot of baby mommas or very large families.

    Might have gone off a bit.


    Nipples: a vestigial part of the male body (we all start as female in the womb then develop accordingly depending on our sex chromosomes).

    Body hair: if primates didn't have body hair, and the babies didn't have that inert response to grab onto something, the babies would have fallen out of the tree. Have you ever noticed when a baby is born when you put your finger in their hand the first thing they do is grab it? They would have used that response as a primate to avoid falling out of the tree if they were born in a tree.

    Also here's a fun fact: homosexual behaviour in animals actually increases the reproductive fitness of the whole species.


    Is that your pick up line
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    Oct 29, 2013 5:01 PM GMT
    the penis shape is long because otherwise I wouldn't be able to stroke it
  • Wyatt

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    Oct 29, 2013 7:53 PM GMT
    Apparition said
    woodsmen saidAnother interesting evolutionary design is our testicles. They retract to protect themselves from damage during thrusting. And also to provide warmer temperature to activate the sperms.


    cooler temp actually


    Wrong.

    They retract to protect the sperm, keep them in a warmer environment when in a cold environment relative to your body. In warm temperatures they are pushed outward to increase the surface area to increase the rate of evaporative cooling.
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    Oct 29, 2013 8:23 PM GMT
    woodsmen saidSome men's penises shape like a scimitar and others like a dagger. Which is superior?

    The bigger one. icon_twisted.gif
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    Oct 29, 2013 8:29 PM GMT
    Wyatt saidEvery aspect of our bodies are shaped based off of evolution.

    Exactly. I also believe that a lot of stuff in our heads is pre wired by our genes (and thus evolution).

    For example, men are much more aware of their immediate environment. Women, on the other hand will blithely stand in front of a door talking, or at the top/bottom of stairs, blocking traffic. I used to think they didn't care but I've changed my mind and think they're really just naturally inattentive to what's going on around them. For men this would have been important when we were out hunting; wouldn't want to be the prey and you need to be alert to what's around you in order to sneak up on your prey. While the women were at home in the cave, tepee, etc.
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    Oct 29, 2013 10:27 PM GMT
    Lumpyoatmeal said
    Wyatt saidEvery aspect of our bodies are shaped based off of evolution.

    Exactly. I also believe that a lot of stuff in our heads is pre wired by our genes (and thus evolution).

    For example, men are much more aware of their immediate environment. Women, on the other hand will blithely stand in front of a door talking, or at the top/bottom of stairs, blocking traffic. I used to think they didn't care but I've changed my mind and think they're really just naturally inattentive to what's going on around them. For men this would have been important when we were out hunting; wouldn't want to be the prey and you need to be alert to what's around you in order to sneak up on your prey. While the women were at home in the cave, tepee, etc.


    Everyone has an orienting response though, that is, the detection of one's immediate environment.

    What woman display when they seem to not be paying attention to something is inattentional blindness; the failure to recognize a very obvious visual stimulus due to being focused on something else.
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    Oct 29, 2013 10:33 PM GMT
    Wyatt saidEveryone has an orienting response though, that is, the detection of one's immediate environment.

    What woman display when they seem to not be paying attention to something is inattentional blindness; the failure to recognize a very obvious visual stimulus due to being focused on something else.

    Yes, but my point is that women are MUCH more likely to be inattentive to their immediate environment while men are much more likely to be aware of it. It's not conscious for either of us; we're more naturally attentive while they're more naturally inattentive. Men who did it passed on their genes while those men who didn't were eaten by a tiger, etc. This was no doubt long before we were homo sapiens.
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    Oct 29, 2013 10:38 PM GMT
    Lumpyoatmeal said
    Wyatt saidEveryone has an orienting response though, that is, the detection of one's immediate environment.

    What woman display when they seem to not be paying attention to something is inattentional blindness; the failure to recognize a very obvious visual stimulus due to being focused on something else.

    Yes, but my point is that women are MUCH more likely to be inattentive to their immediate environment while men are much more likely to be aware of it. It's not conscious for either of us; we're more naturally attentive while they're more naturally inattentive. Men who did it passed on their genes while those men who didn't were eaten by a tiger, etc. This was no doubt long before we were homo sapiens.


    Females would have to be a lot more cognisant of their surroundings though, as in most cases they're not as able to fight their predators whereas male organisms (in a general sense) can 'stand their ground'.
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    Oct 29, 2013 11:16 PM GMT
    Wyatt saidFemales would have to be a lot more cognisant of their surroundings though, as in most cases they're not as able to fight their predators whereas male organisms (in a general sense) can 'stand their ground'.

    Right, and the predators are probably less likely to invade a cave or village where the women are.