You heard it here first: https://disenchantedscholar.wordpress.com/?s=telegony
This is a good breakdown of the evidence, remember Roosh studied biology, he isn’t pulling this out of his ass.
….Telegony is an idea first proposed by Aristotle that claims offspring can inherit genes from the mother’s previous sexual partners. This idea was not scientifically supported until evidence piled up of microchimerism, the phenomenon of foreign DNA becoming incorporated into the genome of an individual. This was first noted to happenin the case of blood transfusions. If you have received blood while in a state of trauma, your donor’s DNA can become incorporated into your genome. Surprisingly little research has been done on microchimerism since then, but all signs point to this being a widespread and common genetic phenomenon throughout the animal kingdom.
A groundbreaking study on flies last year showed the process of females incorporating DNA from previous male partners and then exhibiting that male DNA into future spawn they had with completely different males…..
The problem with men would be STDs, since they usually pass them on. Neither sex gets a free pass, since STDs can cause miscarriage or birth defects (the original reason for warnings).
I’ve always thought of the uterus as a fertile field, the old seeds are still there, somewhere. They can’t exactly go anywhere.
Interesting headline: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/science/science-news/11133203/Could-previous-lovers-influence-appearance-of-future-children.html
There is a side of this which dissuades promiscuity in men too. Every slut you’ve ever slept with (without a condom) could claim a section of Child Support, because some of your DNA is present.
Not to mention this exchange would equally apply to men too. Both sexes have mucous membranes. French kissing and sublingual absorption of DNA? Saliva and other female bodily fluids?
Fair airing of rebuttal;
Most of the guy’s arguments are “We don’t have the data to say that.”
Which is fair. It was speculation from limited studies.
What is truthful is to say “We don’t have the data yet and let’s test it!”
But he doesn’t want to test it.