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Life Sciences => Plant Sciences, Zoology & Evolution => Topic started by: the5thforce on 08/03/2017 11:14:12

Title: How did birth control evolve?
Post by: the5thforce on 08/03/2017 11:14:12
I believe humans evolved using any and all materials from the environment including animal skin/sheddings, organ tissue, leaves, seaweed, stoppers including smooth pebbles wood/stems and anything else they could get their hands on as a form of daily accessible natural condom/birth control, in addition to the popular known methods of ovulation timing and pulling out, even diet based miscarriage techniques and manual abortion have played a vital role in human survival as men are designed to require sex at an absolute minimum of once every 2 weeks or else begin to have nocturnal emissions which only wastes both the pleasure of orgasm and viable sperm
Title: Re: Birth control evolution
Post by: zx16 on 10/03/2017 19:44:39
I believe humans evolved using any and all materials from the environment including animal skin/sheddings, organ tissue, leaves, seaweed, stoppers including smooth pebbles wood/stems and anything else they could get their hands on as a form of daily accessible natural condom/birth control, in addition to the popular known methods of ovulation timing and pulling out, even diet based miscarriage techniques and manual abortion have played a vital role in human survival as men are designed to require sex at an absolute minimum of once every 2 weeks or else begin to have nocturnal emissions which only wastes both the pleasure of orgasm and viable sperm

You may be right. Men really only want one thing.  That has determined the course of history.