It appears that even brief, casual sex creates a lifetime bond with your partner which cannot be broken. A recent study indicates that many women have trace amounts of male DNA in their bodies. Some of it comes from the male children women give birth to, but often it is from their sexual partners which is kept forever inside them.
“…every time you sleep with somebody you are taking on a part of them within you.”
“…The idea that as women we are capable of taking on actual physical DNA from the men that we sleep with was an extremely eye opening piece of information to stumble across.”
“This science puts a whole new meaning on sexual intercourse as a whole. It is a very sacred and spiritual act…”
“A lot of people are misusing sex and have forgotten what it is meant for and how important and consecrated it really is. “
“…sex is not something that is meant to be thrown around and given out so freely, it is a sacred act that creates a bond between two people that love and care about each other….There is a lot of power and amazing potential within this act and it has the ability to connect us with our true selves.”
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This Study WIll Make You Think Twice About Who You Are Getting Into Bed With | Collective-Evolution.
UPDATE: I was discussing this article with someone a few days ago, and found myself surprised that people find it to be controversial. Some people think so. I made an observation that prior to the ‘1960s Sexual Revolution, it was common for a woman to be considered “spoiled goods” if she had been unfaithful in marriage, engaged in pre-marital sex, or been victimized and defiled by rape. Even today, the identities of rape victims are usually shielded by news organizations, and marital infidelity is still considered grounds for divorce as the marital bed itself is considered defiled. This despite the secularized culture of the West having become very tolerant of high levels of illegitimacy and premarital sex. Such is now the rule, rather than the exception. There are many examples in law, and our culture, of husbands, suitors, and families rejecting a woman once they learned that she has been sexually active with someone other than her husband. Fair or not, the stigma stretches back centuries, and seems to point to a cultural awareness that something tangible is left behind during the sexual union even if a child is not produced. The next time some child says that he resembles the postman, it may have some basis in biology.