Are polygyny, promiscuity, hypergamy and cuckoldry pathogenic?

Yes, why aren’t there studies of vaginal bacteria cultures? Doctors already take millions of samples.
I would also like to see male sample studies from STD checks to ascertain % transmission. As do the men, I would imagine.

Is this why feminists are insistent upon receiving oral? Subconsciously trying to pass on promiscuity or cuckoldry-causing strains?

dean that's enough no more internet laptop shut no no no nuhuh supernatural

This is too much of a fuck-mind to consider all at once. It sounds scarily probable.

2 responses to “Are polygyny, promiscuity, hypergamy and cuckoldry pathogenic?

  1. There was also a study that argued behaviour-altering parasites are not exclusive to insects and actually occur in birds, reptiles and even mammals. Why wouldn’t a bacteria or microscopic organism develop a process through which its spread and survival are guaranteed? If a fungus can make an ant climb a tree and a larva can make a host find a warm, damp place to curl up and die, why is it irrational to assume some human pathogens and parasites alter our behaviour as well? It’s already evident when we have a candida infection and crave sugar. We don’t crave sugar: the candida does.

    Freaky, but these things have always been with us and are unlikely to disappear. The only difference is that we are aware of them.

1. Be civil. 2. Be logical or fair. 3. Do not bore me.

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