Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Ovulation and its other effects.

I always find studies on fertility more interesting then others, because I'm against contraception. Contraception does more then prevent pregnancy, it prevents a lot of other things apparently. Fertile imagination: Ovulating women have more sex fantasies from MSNBC
The researchers paid 27 single heterosexual women, mostly college students, to keep a daily online diary of their sexual fantasies for one month. None of the women were on hormonal birth control. By counting back from the last menstrual period, the researchers targeted a 10-day window in which each woman would likely ovulate.

While I can't condone sexual fantasies, it is pretty clear our bodies are working with a reason. They're working with a purpose, even if we're not in a sexual relationship. Ovulation is normal and healthy. It happens. Be aware, and I guess find a hobby to avoid temptation.

We can learn in a respectable manner how our bodies work. You don't want to end up like the poor fool dressed up as giant vagina at Harvard's Sex Week.

Really sad joke over there in Cambridge. It isn't that we hate sex, we just don't approve when others twist it into a purely as a narcissistic endeavor void of meaning

5 comments:

  1. Exactly. Sex has a point and it's not just about selfish desires. :)

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  2. I saw this earlier and thought about blogging it, but decided to take a pass.  You did a good job.

    Thanks

    Regards  —  Cliff

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  3. I've been using OVULATION PREDICTOR for a long time and I still get butterflies when that little smiley shows his face. :) I got one from the internet by searching on Google HOME CHECK OVULATION TEST KIT it was great!

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  4. Wow, I didn't know this. Thanks for reposting the link! As for Harvard, I wouldn't send a dog to an Ivy League school.

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    1. Suppressing ovulation is the last thing any feminist would want right?

      It's just strange what our culture has become.

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