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Wednesday, 24 June 2015

Sex Changes You: Sharing DNA Changes DNA

Sex Changes You
Sharing DNA Changes DNA

DID YOU KNOW? Women (or men) absorb and carry living DNA and cells from every male they ever have had sexual intercourse with. In fact anyone who has assumed male spermatozoa into their bodily system has the living cells and genetic energetic imprint/signature of each individual whose sperm they have consumed or received IN ANY WAY.

Don't have sex with anyone who you wouldn't want to be - This advice, if followed, would transform the energy on Earth from war, hatred and strife to that of love, peace and concord.

This phenomenon is called "Male Microchimerism"
Microchimerism is the harboring of small numbers of cells that originated in a genetically different individual.

"BUT, when they autopsied the brains of women who had never even been pregnant they STILL found male DNA prevalent in the female brain.

They did their best to hide the evidence. They buried it in numerous sub studies but I sifted through it all and found the damning statement, the one they tried to avoid. The statement that every single article written about this extremely important study completely censored and left out.

What are they so afraid of??

"CONCLUSIONS: Male microchimerism was not infrequent in women without sons. Besides known pregnancies, other possible sources of male microchimerism include unrecognized spontaneous abortion, vanished male twin, an older brother transferred by the maternal circulation, or SEXUAL INTERCOURSE. Male microchimerism was significantly more frequent and levels were higher in women with induced abortion than in women with other pregnancy histories. Further studies are needed to determine specific origins of male microchimerism in women."

It’s so convenient how they flat out ignore the MOST OBVIOUS source of microchimerism male DNA hosting inside the female body. And the periodicals just deleted it altogether. The scumbags.

This has very important ramifications for women. Especially promiscuous women who practice unprotected sexual intercourse. Every male you absorb spermatazoa from becomes a living part of you FOR LIFE. The women autopsied in this study were elderly. Some had carried the living male DNA for well over 50 years!

This will certainly piss the feminists off. But it explains so much about women, life, and relationships.

Sperm is alive. It is living cells. When it is injected into you it swims and attaches and burrows into your flesh. If it’s in your mouth it swims and climbs into your nasal passages, inner ear, and behind your eyes. Then digs in. It enters your blood stream and collects in your brain and spine. Like something out of a sci fi movie…

The male DNA can also pass into and become part of a fetus from an entirely different male. So if your woman has a long track record, then your kids are likely carrying DNA from her past hookups.

Is this why the ancient Sumerian Gods specifically said to not have premarital sex? Is this why they forbid homosexuality?

We have only begun to understand the power and ramifications of this.
Links below:

Male microchimerism in women without sons: quantitative assessment and correlation with pregnancy history

Women absorb and carry living DNA and cells from every male they have sexual intercouse with

Male Microchimerism in the Human Female Brain
" In conclusion, male microchimerism is frequent and widely distributed in the human female brain."

Semen’s Chemical Cocktail Can Hijack a Mate’s Brain


flies mating
image by SARIN KUNTHONG/ Shutterstock


Let’s wallow in semen a little while longer, shall we? We have already seen that, even in humans, there is more to this substance than meets the eye. It contains proteins that, when mixed together, can forge a mating plug. It also contains sugars as sperm fuel, proteins that protect the sperm cells from the acidic vaginal environment, zinc that keeps the sperm’s DNA in good shape, and chemical compounds that prevent the sperm cells from becoming overenthusiastic prematurely.

But this list of ingredients is just the tip of the iceberg. Human ejaculates are home to hundreds of different proteins (which in certain women cause a kind of “sperm hay fever,” an allergic reaction to semen). And those are not trace amounts either; most of them occur in considerable concentrations, so they must be doing something important—we just don’t know what. Even in the ejaculate of the lowly banana fly Drosophila melanogaster, researchers have identified no fewer than 133 different kinds of proteins. One hundred and thirty-three! And this excludes the many proteins that are in the sperm cells themselves. These 133 are all produced by the banana fly version of the prostate, which releases them into the liquid portion of the semen.


Fastest Evolving Proteins We Know


Fortunately, banana flies being the lab biologist’s workhorse, we know quite a bit about what their seminal proteins do—or at least more than we know about their human counterparts.

To begin with, we know that they evolve as fast as the genitalia that deliver and receive them. Rama Singh of McMaster University in Hamilton, Canada, has been studying the protein cocktails in different species of banana flies and has discovered that the DNA codes for these genes, while remaining functional, are constantly and rapidly changing along the branches of the banana fly evolutionary tree. “The fastest evolving proteins we know,” he says. And a sure sign they are perpetually pushed around by sexual selection.

Banana fly researchers are quite confident that some of the ingredients of these biochemical cocktails are involved in a kind of neuropsychological manipulation. They hijack a female’s hormonal system by shutting down her sex drive, causing her to go completely off males for up to several days after having received a load of semen. Females that have recently been inseminated start kicking away their suitors or, when harassed, extend their egg-laying tube, which blocks access to the vagina. They even begin exuding a scent that renders them unattractive. All this is induced by semen components that end up in her bloodstream.

Usually, females prefer to have multiple fathers for a clutch of eggs—to generate healthy genetic diversity. But by usurping a female’s decision to add other males’ sperm to the mix that she is using to fertilize her eggs with, a male thus can prevent sperm competition. The whole process is akin to leaving a mental mating plug.


Killing the Mood


One of the substances that have such an “antiaphrodisiac” effect is sex peptide, a small protein molecule—small enough to pass straight through the wall of the vagina into the female’s bloodstream—that is produced in the glands that sit next to a male fly’s genitalia. It is present in the semen but also sticks to the tails of the sperm cells.

The sex peptide that is floating free in the semen does its work quickly: even before mating is fully over, it has already seeped through the vagina wall into the female’s blood, and within minutes begins to stick to receptors near her brain, where it makes the female’s interest in other males plummet. For up to seven hours, the initial shot of sex peptide causes females to give males the cold shoulder. Meanwhile, the sex peptide that sits on the sperm tails is beginning to break free, sustaining a steady IV drip of antiaphrodisiac that lasts for about a week—enough time to give the sperm a free passage, unchallenged by other males’ sperm.

Human sperm. Credit Carolina K. Smith MD/ Shutterstock


Chemical Cocktail


Sex peptide is only one of the multitude of chemical compounds in semen that a female banana fly receives each time she mates with a male. What do the rest do? Well, research in other insects can give us an inkling of what such substances might be capable of.

The semen of the American fire beetle Neopyrochroa flabellata, for example, is spiked with the poisonous compound cantharidin. Although in the human world this substance is known as the infamous aphrodisiac “Spanish fly,” the benefit gained by the male fire beetle is not his mate’s increased ardor, but rather the fact that the stuff ends up in the eggs fertilized by his sperm, which protects them against being eaten by ladybird beetles.

Another substance, the protein PSP1, is ejaculated by the male corn earworm moth into his mate and there immediately shuts down the production of pheromones, meaning that other males (which totally rely on scent) can no longer find her.

And then there’s Argas persicus. In this tick, believe it or not, the male produces a soda-bottle-like spermatophore from his genitalia, takes it into his jaws, bites off the cap, and then sticks it, neck first, into the female’s vagina. The appearance of carbon dioxide bubbles inside the spermatophore then forces out the sperm and other contents into the female. And at least one of these contents is a compound that cranks up the female’s egg production rate—which may mean more offspring to be sired by these sperm.


Human Semen


This list makes one wonder whether some of the many proteins in human semen could also have such manipulative effects. If they do, then this would be one way to explain the results of a study by Gordon Gallup and Rebecca Burch. In this study, they had almost three hundred female students fill out questionnaires relating to sex and mental health. The results showed that women who always use a condom—and so are protected against the effects of proteins in the semen—score almost 50 percent higher on a scale of depression-related symptoms than women who never use condoms, which might indicate (but doesn’t prove) that substances in semen interfere with the female nervous system.

And there is also evidence that pregnant women who have unprotected sex with their partner during pregnancy are less likely to suffer from so-called preeclampsia than women who use a condom. Since preeclampsia is a kind of inflammation of the woman’s body induced by her fetus—basically the mother becomes allergic to her own child—this might mean that substances in the semen take over part of the regulation of the woman’s immune system.

It seems that semen may be full of manipulative substances: the male using the female’s reproductive system to wage a chemical warfare against her reproductive autonomy or even, in an act of evolutionary paranoia, against potential future competitors.

nether regions From Nature’s Nether Regions by Menno Schilthuizen, published on April 28, 2015 by Penguin Books, an imprint of Penguin Publishing Group, a division of Penguin Random House LLC. Copyright by Menno Schilthuizen, 2015.

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