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#50 - Both. You can believe without knowing, as a lot of theists adm…  [+] (1 new reply) 10/15/2013 on muh jeezus 0
#51 - rickyleipzig (10/15/2013) [-]
And I'm back in philosophy class
#334 - I already read the studies you linked to, again, it doesn't ev… 10/15/2013 on My confession 0
#283 - ... How so? You just keep repeating it as if that will make it…  [+] (2 new replies) 10/15/2013 on My confession 0
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#327 - timmywankenobi (10/15/2013) [-]
you should read the studies to answer you questions in detail . you can simply Google them. I think the importance of the hymen is more of a psychological and emotional thing that the mind makes into a physical thing. same thing can be said with a mans first time the mind makes it important.
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#334 - simplygabriele (10/15/2013) [-]
I already read the studies you linked to, again, it doesn't even approach causation. The "women who have multiple partners have lower oxytocin" one has even been falsified, showing that it was based on how anxious about having close long term relationships they were, regardless of how many sexual partners they had. Moreover, the study has been misquoted and misrepresented.

And again, none of this would apply to males, nor would it trigger if a woman did not put much emotional importance on the "first ever" sexual intercourse, if it is indeed so heavily influenced by a mental state.


I must ask , and don't take this as a sort of angry attack, it's more of a curiosity thing - how do you manage to hold such a... Definite opinion when you cannot answer questions about it in any sort of detail? It comes off as a very biased and unfounded stance.
#60 - That's a symptom of having worms. Congrats. 10/14/2013 on shit 0
#257 - And THAT happens every time they have sex, not just the first.…  [+] (4 new replies) 10/14/2013 on My confession 0
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#272 - timmywankenobi (10/14/2013) [-]
while it does happen to an extent every time, it is stronger if they only have one sexual partner in their life.
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#283 - simplygabriele (10/15/2013) [-]
... How so? You just keep repeating it as if that will make it so.

Again, what is the mechanism? Why is the first time so majorly different? Also, you said nothing about the objections - the non intercourse sexual contact, how one specific kind of sex would make it trigger while another would not and so on... If you think the hymen makes all the difference, then it would mean that the women born without one are doomed to severe predisposition to shitty relationships. And how about all those girls who tear their hymens by accident or while sporting? Do your chances of having a stable and deep relationship go south if you masturbate before you pop that cherry? How about tampons, they can damage the hymen or rip it all together. And then there's the other side - girls like me with extra sturdy hymens. Do they get to experience the magic more just because their hymen just won't give up?

Naturally, any merit this idea has holds no water whatsoever when talking about males, as in why the man being a virgin would make a difference.
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#327 - timmywankenobi (10/15/2013) [-]
you should read the studies to answer you questions in detail . you can simply Google them. I think the importance of the hymen is more of a psychological and emotional thing that the mind makes into a physical thing. same thing can be said with a mans first time the mind makes it important.
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#334 - simplygabriele (10/15/2013) [-]
I already read the studies you linked to, again, it doesn't even approach causation. The "women who have multiple partners have lower oxytocin" one has even been falsified, showing that it was based on how anxious about having close long term relationships they were, regardless of how many sexual partners they had. Moreover, the study has been misquoted and misrepresented.

And again, none of this would apply to males, nor would it trigger if a woman did not put much emotional importance on the "first ever" sexual intercourse, if it is indeed so heavily influenced by a mental state.


I must ask , and don't take this as a sort of angry attack, it's more of a curiosity thing - how do you manage to hold such a... Definite opinion when you cannot answer questions about it in any sort of detail? It comes off as a very biased and unfounded stance.
#240 - But "late" sex is more of a correlation than a causa…  [+] (6 new replies) 10/14/2013 on My confession 0
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#248 - timmywankenobi (10/14/2013) [-]
this phenomena does seem to have a strong psychological component . but the science suggests that when the woman is penetrated by the male there is a physiological and psychological bonding effect which is connected to the release of oxytocin.
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#257 - simplygabriele (10/14/2013) [-]
And THAT happens every time they have sex, not just the first. It's released every time a person orgasms, and, to a lesser extent, just when someone is stimulated sexually. Assisted by another or just masturbating. Again, how would the first time be different and how would vaginal intercourse be different from oral, especially for a guy?

Moreover, if you have to want to bond or have some really specific "oi boy, this is it, I'm losing my virginity" mindset, then people can have it multiple times, let alone all the incidents of it being triggered by things not even related to sex.
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#272 - timmywankenobi (10/14/2013) [-]
while it does happen to an extent every time, it is stronger if they only have one sexual partner in their life.
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#283 - simplygabriele (10/15/2013) [-]
... How so? You just keep repeating it as if that will make it so.

Again, what is the mechanism? Why is the first time so majorly different? Also, you said nothing about the objections - the non intercourse sexual contact, how one specific kind of sex would make it trigger while another would not and so on... If you think the hymen makes all the difference, then it would mean that the women born without one are doomed to severe predisposition to shitty relationships. And how about all those girls who tear their hymens by accident or while sporting? Do your chances of having a stable and deep relationship go south if you masturbate before you pop that cherry? How about tampons, they can damage the hymen or rip it all together. And then there's the other side - girls like me with extra sturdy hymens. Do they get to experience the magic more just because their hymen just won't give up?

Naturally, any merit this idea has holds no water whatsoever when talking about males, as in why the man being a virgin would make a difference.
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#327 - timmywankenobi (10/15/2013) [-]
you should read the studies to answer you questions in detail . you can simply Google them. I think the importance of the hymen is more of a psychological and emotional thing that the mind makes into a physical thing. same thing can be said with a mans first time the mind makes it important.
User avatar
#334 - simplygabriele (10/15/2013) [-]
I already read the studies you linked to, again, it doesn't even approach causation. The "women who have multiple partners have lower oxytocin" one has even been falsified, showing that it was based on how anxious about having close long term relationships they were, regardless of how many sexual partners they had. Moreover, the study has been misquoted and misrepresented.

And again, none of this would apply to males, nor would it trigger if a woman did not put much emotional importance on the "first ever" sexual intercourse, if it is indeed so heavily influenced by a mental state.


I must ask , and don't take this as a sort of angry attack, it's more of a curiosity thing - how do you manage to hold such a... Definite opinion when you cannot answer questions about it in any sort of detail? It comes off as a very biased and unfounded stance.
#163 - Self reporting polls about happiness levels are the softest de…  [+] (8 new replies) 10/14/2013 on My confession 0
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#202 - timmywankenobi (10/14/2013) [-]
yes self reporting is not really scientific but the divorce numbers are revealing. I saw my grammar mistake right after I posted it, but such is life when you have dyslexia.
#240 - simplygabriele (10/14/2013) [-]
But "late" sex is more of a correlation than a causation. Your evidence is suited better for an argument that people who do not prioritize sex in a relationship seem to have more stable relationships and I agree with that entirely. But you're using it to try to bolster an entirely different point - that the very first time is almost magically different, that the the first time a person's genitals meet someone else's there's a sort of imprinting happening, and I find that pretty much absurd. Having sex for the very first time is no different than having it for the 100th time, if you remove the near guaranteed awkwardness and discomfort. Your body does not somehow magically infer that hey, this time you're not just making out, you're not just horny and that pain is not just you stubbing your toe, THIS IS IT, RELEASE THE KRAKEN. And how about the fact that first time having vaginal intercourse does not mean first sexual activity in general? What if the couple has had oral sex or heavy petting before? With each other or with different people? Your theory would imply that a blowjob would trigger the same response, unless you want to make even more assumptions and claim that a man's penis can automatically tell the difference between a mouth and a vagina. And you can't use the argument that hey, the guy actually knows which hole it's going in, so the body would only trigger it if it's heading for the nether lips, cause if this has a strong mental component, it would be so ridiculously subjective it would throw the theory out of the window.
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#248 - timmywankenobi (10/14/2013) [-]
this phenomena does seem to have a strong psychological component . but the science suggests that when the woman is penetrated by the male there is a physiological and psychological bonding effect which is connected to the release of oxytocin.
User avatar
#257 - simplygabriele (10/14/2013) [-]
And THAT happens every time they have sex, not just the first. It's released every time a person orgasms, and, to a lesser extent, just when someone is stimulated sexually. Assisted by another or just masturbating. Again, how would the first time be different and how would vaginal intercourse be different from oral, especially for a guy?

Moreover, if you have to want to bond or have some really specific "oi boy, this is it, I'm losing my virginity" mindset, then people can have it multiple times, let alone all the incidents of it being triggered by things not even related to sex.
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#272 - timmywankenobi (10/14/2013) [-]
while it does happen to an extent every time, it is stronger if they only have one sexual partner in their life.
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#283 - simplygabriele (10/15/2013) [-]
... How so? You just keep repeating it as if that will make it so.

Again, what is the mechanism? Why is the first time so majorly different? Also, you said nothing about the objections - the non intercourse sexual contact, how one specific kind of sex would make it trigger while another would not and so on... If you think the hymen makes all the difference, then it would mean that the women born without one are doomed to severe predisposition to shitty relationships. And how about all those girls who tear their hymens by accident or while sporting? Do your chances of having a stable and deep relationship go south if you masturbate before you pop that cherry? How about tampons, they can damage the hymen or rip it all together. And then there's the other side - girls like me with extra sturdy hymens. Do they get to experience the magic more just because their hymen just won't give up?

Naturally, any merit this idea has holds no water whatsoever when talking about males, as in why the man being a virgin would make a difference.
User avatar
#327 - timmywankenobi (10/15/2013) [-]
you should read the studies to answer you questions in detail . you can simply Google them. I think the importance of the hymen is more of a psychological and emotional thing that the mind makes into a physical thing. same thing can be said with a mans first time the mind makes it important.
User avatar
#334 - simplygabriele (10/15/2013) [-]
I already read the studies you linked to, again, it doesn't even approach causation. The "women who have multiple partners have lower oxytocin" one has even been falsified, showing that it was based on how anxious about having close long term relationships they were, regardless of how many sexual partners they had. Moreover, the study has been misquoted and misrepresented.

And again, none of this would apply to males, nor would it trigger if a woman did not put much emotional importance on the "first ever" sexual intercourse, if it is indeed so heavily influenced by a mental state.


I must ask , and don't take this as a sort of angry attack, it's more of a curiosity thing - how do you manage to hold such a... Definite opinion when you cannot answer questions about it in any sort of detail? It comes off as a very biased and unfounded stance.
#108 - ********. While I did end up marrying my "first", th…  [+] (10 new replies) 10/14/2013 on My confession 0
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#160 - timmywankenobi (10/14/2013) [-]
the science tells no lies but I suppose their are exceptions to every rule.
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#163 - simplygabriele (10/14/2013) [-]
Self reporting polls about happiness levels are the softest definition of science possible. And the objections homoboe brought up are valid too.

Also, to satisfy the grammar itch. It's there, not their. "There are objections." vs "Their objectives are different." You seem to make this mistake over and over again.
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#202 - timmywankenobi (10/14/2013) [-]
yes self reporting is not really scientific but the divorce numbers are revealing. I saw my grammar mistake right after I posted it, but such is life when you have dyslexia.
#240 - simplygabriele (10/14/2013) [-]
But "late" sex is more of a correlation than a causation. Your evidence is suited better for an argument that people who do not prioritize sex in a relationship seem to have more stable relationships and I agree with that entirely. But you're using it to try to bolster an entirely different point - that the very first time is almost magically different, that the the first time a person's genitals meet someone else's there's a sort of imprinting happening, and I find that pretty much absurd. Having sex for the very first time is no different than having it for the 100th time, if you remove the near guaranteed awkwardness and discomfort. Your body does not somehow magically infer that hey, this time you're not just making out, you're not just horny and that pain is not just you stubbing your toe, THIS IS IT, RELEASE THE KRAKEN. And how about the fact that first time having vaginal intercourse does not mean first sexual activity in general? What if the couple has had oral sex or heavy petting before? With each other or with different people? Your theory would imply that a blowjob would trigger the same response, unless you want to make even more assumptions and claim that a man's penis can automatically tell the difference between a mouth and a vagina. And you can't use the argument that hey, the guy actually knows which hole it's going in, so the body would only trigger it if it's heading for the nether lips, cause if this has a strong mental component, it would be so ridiculously subjective it would throw the theory out of the window.
User avatar
#248 - timmywankenobi (10/14/2013) [-]
this phenomena does seem to have a strong psychological component . but the science suggests that when the woman is penetrated by the male there is a physiological and psychological bonding effect which is connected to the release of oxytocin.
User avatar
#257 - simplygabriele (10/14/2013) [-]
And THAT happens every time they have sex, not just the first. It's released every time a person orgasms, and, to a lesser extent, just when someone is stimulated sexually. Assisted by another or just masturbating. Again, how would the first time be different and how would vaginal intercourse be different from oral, especially for a guy?

Moreover, if you have to want to bond or have some really specific "oi boy, this is it, I'm losing my virginity" mindset, then people can have it multiple times, let alone all the incidents of it being triggered by things not even related to sex.
User avatar
#272 - timmywankenobi (10/14/2013) [-]
while it does happen to an extent every time, it is stronger if they only have one sexual partner in their life.
User avatar
#283 - simplygabriele (10/15/2013) [-]
... How so? You just keep repeating it as if that will make it so.

Again, what is the mechanism? Why is the first time so majorly different? Also, you said nothing about the objections - the non intercourse sexual contact, how one specific kind of sex would make it trigger while another would not and so on... If you think the hymen makes all the difference, then it would mean that the women born without one are doomed to severe predisposition to shitty relationships. And how about all those girls who tear their hymens by accident or while sporting? Do your chances of having a stable and deep relationship go south if you masturbate before you pop that cherry? How about tampons, they can damage the hymen or rip it all together. And then there's the other side - girls like me with extra sturdy hymens. Do they get to experience the magic more just because their hymen just won't give up?

Naturally, any merit this idea has holds no water whatsoever when talking about males, as in why the man being a virgin would make a difference.
User avatar
#327 - timmywankenobi (10/15/2013) [-]
you should read the studies to answer you questions in detail . you can simply Google them. I think the importance of the hymen is more of a psychological and emotional thing that the mind makes into a physical thing. same thing can be said with a mans first time the mind makes it important.
User avatar
#334 - simplygabriele (10/15/2013) [-]
I already read the studies you linked to, again, it doesn't even approach causation. The "women who have multiple partners have lower oxytocin" one has even been falsified, showing that it was based on how anxious about having close long term relationships they were, regardless of how many sexual partners they had. Moreover, the study has been misquoted and misrepresented.

And again, none of this would apply to males, nor would it trigger if a woman did not put much emotional importance on the "first ever" sexual intercourse, if it is indeed so heavily influenced by a mental state.


I must ask , and don't take this as a sort of angry attack, it's more of a curiosity thing - how do you manage to hold such a... Definite opinion when you cannot answer questions about it in any sort of detail? It comes off as a very biased and unfounded stance.
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