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or Evolving Past Our Attraction to Procreation-Related Attributes

or Large Wives, Skinny Lovers


A girl saying she likes monogamous men is the evolutionary equivalent of a guy saying he likes tits and ass.

There women go again, evolutionarily objectifying us men.

I like tits and ass.

But let’s look at attraction and pleasure logically. Let’s try to look past the evolutionary lenses handed down to us by our cavemen ancestors.

We all know why we like tits and ass, and respectively, monogamy and muscles. Tits meant better able to give milk to our young. Ass meant wider hips for more unencumbered childbirth. Curves meant more fat storage for better-nourished babies. Monogamy meant a certainty that our offspring came from us. And muscles meant a greater degree of protection and security for our families.

But now that we, as a species, have won the battle for planetary domination, maybe it’s time to step back and look at our attraction to procreation-related attributes and see if those attributes are really contributing to our physical pleasure or not.


Curves
Now that there’s a supermarket on every corner, do our babies really benefit from curvy mothers? Do we? What does curvy mean today?

While there are certainly many social, economic, personality, and genetic factors that could contribute either way to this physical marker, none of them are definitive. Curvy can mean poor or rich, idle or hard worker, selfish or unselfish.

One thing that does hold true across all boards is that in most cases, heavier = slower. If you like lightspeed, pounding sex with a girl who you can toss around and drill, curvy might not be for you. If you like the intense, grinding, sensual undulation of worship sex, curve away.

Conclusion: Curvy is a style choice and has no conclusive bearing either way on pleasure.


Ass
Now that hospitals can address the majority of birthing problems, do our childbirths really benefit from wider hips? What about us? Does a bigger ass contribute toward greater (physical, not aesthetic) pleasure?

Hip width has little bearing on vaginal musculature, and the concept of wide hips = unencumbered childbirth doesn’t necessarily translate to narrow hips = tighter feel during the sex act. On the other hand, smaller skeletal structure = smaller everything, and the pressure from a tiny pelvic bone structure can lead to the impression of tightness in the groin.

Conclusion: Ass is an aesthetic relic that does nothing to contribute toward (physical) pleasure. Wider hips / pelvic bone structure may possibly take away from the feeling of tightness during the sex act.


Tits
Now that baby food is available across a wide range of non-breast platforms, the question becomes if tits really contribute toward greater physical sexual pleasure or if it’s all in our minds.

Although tits are longitudinally removed from sexual ground zero and can at first glance seem to have little to do with physical pleasure during the sex act, oiled up and pressed together they can actually provide a second ground zero that can directly stimulate physical pleasure.

Conclusion: Tits provide a direct contribution to physical pleasure.


Muscles
Now that we have home security systems, police forces, distance weaponry, and laws, do muscles and physical strength continue to make an impact on physical pleasure during the sex act? Or are they an aesthetic relic that should be left in the cave?

Physical strength directly contributes toward a man’s ability to go longer, harder, and faster during sex without hindering his ability to go slow and soft when needed. Muscles allow for more athletic sex, diversifying a man’s sexual arsenal and allowing him to cater to a larger berth of sexual preferences. A muscular body type makes a man better able to tailor the sexual experience to you, whatever you might like.

Conclusion: Muscles have a direct bearing on physical pleasure.


Monogamy
Now that we have birth control and DNA testing to sort out offspring origin issues, does monogamy provide a positive or negative contribution to physical pleasure during sex?

Less sexual partners means less sexual experience, which is a direct negative factor in sexual pleasure. Monogamous males are also more prone to patriarchal/misogynist tendencies, which can lead to abuse.

Conclusion: Monogamy contributes to diminished sexual pleasure and can contribute to abuse.