As much as the mainstream pushes the claim that we have evolved beyond being mere animals, in reality we will never rise above our biology. I can no longer count on two hands how often I have heard variations of the claim that “X may have served us in the past, but it is no longer useful in our modern age” in corporate trainings. If you ever get to sit through an “unconscious bias training” it’ll be all about that, i.e. why stereotypes are harmful, completely ignoring the fact that stereotypes coalesced because they are generally true. It’s crystalized experience.
Biology also rears its ugly head when we tell young girls to whore it up in their teens and twenties. Mainstream culture encourages girls to be promiscuous. The anti-baby pill is, in fact, pushed really hard on young girls in school already whereas you would think that it might make more sense to teach girls to abstain from sex at that age. Sex is supposed to be fun and inconsequential and once Jane is too old to get a quick pump-and-dump by Chad, she hopes to settle down with guy who is buff, accomplished, and popular.
Sex is not just fun and games, however. We have sex for the sole purpose of procreation. Here is what I think is really happening: boy and girl see each other. They get horny because there is mutal attraction. They fuck a lot. Before contraception, the outcome would be pregnancy, and the guy staring down the barrel of a shotgun held by the girl’s father. They marry, have some more kids, and are productive members of society.
Related to the issue of mutual attraction is that there is an amplification effect that can be triggered by a member of the opposite sex. For instance, if you, a guy, run into a reasonably attractive girl who is really into you, chances are that her strong expression of sexual interest in you will make her appear more attractive to you. The opposite is true for men as well, i.e. women get turned on more by you if you make strong, bold moves, provided that they are already attracted to you. Again, this is nature doing its thing: nature wants us to procreate and if there is the chance to do so, it makes sense that we have such a biological trigger that makes us more attracted to someone else as this increases the likelihood of sex and conception. If this did not work, the phenomenon would not exist.
In a time in which sex is supposed to be fun and in which Jane can’t have enough dicks in her before setting down for some beta-buxxer in the best-case scenario, we attempt to thwart biology but can’t. It is still the case that you will have a lot of sex at the beginning of a relationship because that’s nature telling you to fuck so that you procreate. You keep fucking and then one of two things happen:
1) She gets pregnant because she doesn’t take birth control, the two of you want a kid anyway, or the condom bursts because you shot out a torrential stream of cum. Congratulations, you’re a father now! The intended outcome is that you’ll raise the kid with your woman. Consequently, how both the man and the woman view sex will change completely. It’s suddenly no longer such a big deal because having a baby or a toddler around will take a huge chunk of energy out of you. You have become a family man and it will take a while until your sex drive returns to normal.
2) She does not get pregnant because she’s on birth control. You still fuck a lot but subconsciously something does not feel right. Let’s discuss the case of the woman first:
2a) Due to the woman’s biology, her perception of you changes. She views you as infertile or as a useless man because you can’t seem to manage to knock her up. Consequently, she’ll look for a new guy behind your back. Women end most relationships, and most women don’t do so without having secured the next guy already. Of course, they will only repeat the same tragicomedy: infatuation leads to routine leads to disappointment leads to hopping on a fresh dick.
Now let’s move on to the perspective of the man:
2b) You keep fucking the chick and you get bored of fucking her. This is supposed to be normal. There is even the term “Coolidge Effect” for it. However, the guy goes through a similar transformation as the girl. He gets bored of her because she did not get pregnant. Had he fallen in love and had she gotten pregnant, he’d be a willing father and even the unwilling ones would have so much to now take care of that sex would not be really on their mind. Yet, because she is not getting pregnant, he subconsciously perceives that he’s banging the same chick over and over and nothing happens. He feels that she’s barren, loses interest, and moves on.
The advanced of birth control lead to men viewing their women as barren, and women viewing their men as infertile. Thus, you get the flare-up of lust at the start of a relationship, and the slow death because such a couple does not manage to reach the next step in the plan nature has laid out for them. They are supposed to have kids as that is why they have been having sex.
Prolonged sexual activity in a relationship that does not lead to having children within a few years is almost guaranteed to lead to a failed relationship. Consequently, you are wasting your time if you do dry-runs by having relationships with women you do not want to have children with. You are not going to trick nature here. Instead, you will get bored of her, she will get bored of you, then you may even try relationship counselling but the “woke” therapist either does not understand that biology is the underlying reason or doesn’t want to understand it. At that point, the relationship is already over because both missed the window of opportunity where they could have converted strong sexual attraction into conception. They thought they could trick nature but in the end, nature bitch-slapped both of them. They did not want to take the next step of having children, so nature tells them to try again with someone else. They can of course rebel against this, but this will only lead to misery. This is mostly the misery of the childless woman, but the man will likewise ask himself eventually what he is doing with a woman who cannot bear his children.
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