As you imply 5th, the orgasm seems primarily responsible for reproduction, Otherwise we wouldn't do it. Why replicate successors to yourself, if it makes you die?
Could neurologists abolish the orgasm? I mean could they find a nerve to cut, which would stop it. Is any work being done in this field?
The natural purpose of sex is reproduction. Trace back the evolution of sexual differentiation to see what the original intent was. This is the natural means to blend genes and add variation in offspring. The pleasure of sex, such as an orgasm, is the carrot that helps lead the horse to the water. The pleasure can help lead us to the primary objective.There are a lot of people who are not trying to get pregnant, but nevertheless get pregnant, because the pleasure lead them to reproduction. The abortion industry exists because of this.
Food is needed to feed the energy and nutritional needs of the cells of the body. The pleasure of eating is a carrot on the string to assure we meet the primary objective. If all food tasted like toilet waste, people would only eat when near starvation; the primary would take over.
When you reverse cause and affect and call the secondary, the primary, things start to get messed up. If you ate only for pleasure, with no regards to nutrition, the body becomes weakened. One can still survive this way, but a constant chocolate cake diet, although pleasurable, is not a long term diet. The natural animal will find pleasure in its natural food, so both criteria are satisfied. Humans have choice and free will and can mess up this balance if they reverse the order of the primary and secondary. If we maintain the proper order and only ate bland food with high nutritional value, although pleasure is not satisfied the body can still be optimized.
As another example, prescription pain killers are designed to alleviate pain. This is the primary objective for these drugs. These are not designed with pleasure in mind, albeit, they can give pleasure to some people. Those who place the secondary first; pleasure, are the ones most likely to become addicted. This is no longer called weak willed, but a disease to justify effect before cause. When you mess up cause and affect, you pay the price. Those who place pain first, are less likely to become addicted, if the pain is real and not excuse for pleasure.
If you look at alternate sexual orientations, where the body does not match the choice of orientation, this is the secondary placed ahead of the primary. Sex its pleasurable, with the pleasure of sex able to be derived from both organic and mechanical means. Like the pleasure of chocolate or vanilla cake, pleasure first can become addictive while not satisfying the primary objective. This can lead to obsessive behavior.
The university system is slanted left. This is not news. The leftist tend to believe in relative behavior defined by statistics and not absolute reference and behavior, as defined by cause and affect. This means that reason is placed secondary to emotions. They don;t wish to hurt anyones feelings, therefore they will justify behavior based on altruistic intent, and make up a reasonable scenario. The universities do a lot of research, with the results tailored to the needs of their POV, which is not rational, but more statistical, which allows anything to go, if there are odds,
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