Having unprotected sex doesn’t just put a woman at risk for pregnancy or a sexually transmitted disease. It can, according to scientific studies… modify her DNA.
According to the scientific study[ref]Collective Evolution[/ref], the Y chromosomes from all of her past lovers can infest her brain and potentially become permanently bonded with the woman’s cellular coding.
This was further discussed in the Red Pill Reddit. In a related posting[ref]The Red Pill[/ref], it was suggested that this genetic bonding is not temporary, but rather permanent.
Till death does them part…
Experiments with flies[ref]Medical Daily[/ref] revealed that sperm from a prior encounter with a male could affect offspring from another. But how does that apply with human beings?
A 2004 study in the American Journal of Medicine[ref]American Journal of Medicine[/ref] confirms that a few moments of pleasure has lifetime consequences for the woman. The AMJ lists reasons for this, including:
- Pregnancy with a male child[ref]U.S. National Library of Medicine[/ref]
- A spontaneous or induced abortion[ref]U.S. National Library of Medicine[/ref]
- A vanished male twin (chimera)[ref]U.S. National Library of Medicine[/ref]
- An older brother transferred by maternal circulation
- Sexual intercourse
Even worse, another medical study[ref]U.S. National Library of Medicine[/ref] suggests that sex with multiple lovers can threaten the viability of a woman’s pregnancy.
If this scientific gobbeldygook seems too confusing, perhaps this video can help chunk it down for us all:
Science blogger Jena Pincott[ref]Jena Pincott[/ref] conjectured that the same can apply to men. Cells from former lovers may enter the man’s body and (theoretically) affect his future relationships.
As a final note… science is not the only area that validates these findings. Even religion agrees with science on this point. Check out a passage from The Bible that puts the proverbial nail in it:
17 But the person who is united to the Lord becomes one spirit with Him.
18 Shun immorality and all sexual looseness [flee from impurity in thought, word, or deed]. Any other sin which a man commits is one outside the body, but he who commits sexual immorality sins against his own body.
1 Corinthians 6:16-18 [AMP]
Food for thought, eh?
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