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On a biological level, only creatures with moderate or high sex drive survive. The desire for mating is absolutely a primal instinct which insures the continuation of our species. As a result, neurologically speaking, our brains are wired to crave sexual satisfaction. Now there are a number of arguments to be had, if we as beings of higher intellect can indeed suppress such desires, or at the least curve biological craving by consciously avoiding simulation of the hypothalamus.

 

It interesting to note the advances we've had in terms of neuroscientists exploration into sexual desire. They have managed to take other animals and hook their brain electronically to a button, which upon pushing it will stimulate the brain as though it was achieving sexual satisfaction. The animals, by in large, would sit there and continue to push the button and in fact starve and dehydrate themselves over and over again until the button was removed. Now, we as **** sapien sapiens, understand the need for food on an intellectual level and may possibly not react the same way - but I also know a few individuals who would gladly skip a few meals in place of sexual activity. So, the question remains, are we really so different from other animals who would seek to fulfill their sexual desire over all other instinctive needs?

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On a biological level' date=' only creatures with moderate or high sex drive survive. The desire for mating is absolutely a primal instinct which insures the continuation of our species. As a result, neurologically speaking, our brains are wired to crave sexual satisfaction. Now there are a number of arguments to be had, if we as beings of higher intellect can indeed suppress such desires, or at the least curve biological craving by consciously avoiding simulation of the hypothalamus.

 

It interesting to note the advances we've had in terms of neuroscientists exploration into sexual desire. They have managed to take other animals and hook their brain electronically to a button, which upon pushing it will stimulate the brain as though it was achieving sexual satisfaction. The animals, by in large, would sit there and continue to push the button and in fact starve and dehydrate themselves over and over again until the button was removed. Now, we as **** sapien sapiens, understand the need for food on an intellectual level and may possibly not react the same way - but I also know a few individuals who would gladly skip a few meals in place of sexual activity. So, the question remains, are we really so different from other animals who would seek to fulfill their sexual desire over all other instinctive needs?[/quote']

 

This is really good ****

 

If that ^^^ doesn't kill your Bonnar I don't know what will.

 

However good that read was I laughed at this.

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On a biological level' date=' only creatures with moderate or high sex drive survive. The desire for mating is absolutely a primal instinct which insures the continuation of our species. As a result, neurologically speaking, our brains are wired to crave sexual satisfaction. Now there are a number of arguments to be had, if we as beings of higher intellect can indeed suppress such desires, or at the least curve biological craving by consciously avoiding simulation of the hypothalamus.

 

It interesting to note the advances we've had in terms of neuroscientists exploration into sexual desire. They have managed to take other animals and hook their brain electronically to a button, which upon pushing it will stimulate the brain as though it was achieving sexual satisfaction. The animals, by in large, would sit there and continue to push the button and in fact starve and dehydrate themselves over and over again until the button was removed. Now, we as **** sapien sapiens, understand the need for food on an intellectual level and may possibly not react the same way - but I also know a few individuals who would gladly skip a few meals in place of sexual activity. So, the question remains, are we really so different from other animals who would seek to fulfill their sexual desire over all other instinctive needs?[/quote']

 

Lmao. Awesome Response.

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