MichaelEmeryArt

                         Desire to be Impregnated

                         " my fantasy often while a man bones me "

    "Nothing makes me feel more "Feminine " , then having a Man's cock up in me, and knowing his pumping his semen in me"


Personally for myself, as a " Female Roled male ", once I have met a man, really like him, it is my main objective to get him to start;

                                                               " ejaculating up inside my bottom"


                                                    very much seems as though a instinct to be " bred "


                                                                   or maybe is simply to " Bond " ?

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"Scientists have discovered a new form of non-genetic inheritance, showing Greek philosopher Aristotle's hypothesis that offspring can resemble a mother's previous sexual partner has some merit.

The idea of telegony - the once-held theory that a male can leave a mark on his mate's body that influences her offspring with a different male - dates back to ancient Greek times and was popular as a scientific theory in the 1800s.

Dr Angela Crean, who led the study, said: "Our discovery complicates our entire view of how variation is transmitted across generations, but also opens up exciting new possibilities and avenues of research. Just as we think we have things figured out, nature throws us a curve ball and shows us how much we still have to learn."

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

Author information

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Program in Human Immunogenetics, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Seattle, Wash 98109, USA. zyan@fhcrc.org

Abstract

PURPOSE:

Fetal microchimerism, derived from fetal cells that persist after pregnancy, is usually evaluated by tests for male microchimerism in women who gave birth to sons. We investigated male microchimerism in women without sons and examined correlation with prior pregnancy history. Immunologic consequences of microchimerism are unknown. We studied healthy women and women with rheumatoid arthritis (RA).

METHODS:

Y-chromosome-specific real-time quantitative polymerase chain reaction was used to test peripheral blood mononuclear cells of 120 women (49 healthy and 71 with RA). Results were expressed as the number of male cells that would be equivalent to the total amount of male DNA detected within a sample containing the equivalent of 100000 female cells.

RESULTS:

Male microchimerism was found in 21% of women overall. Healthy women and women with RA did not significantly differ (24% vs 18%). Results ranged from the DNA equivalent of 0 to 20.7 male cells per 100000 female cells. Women were categorized into 4 groups according to pregnancy history. Group A had only daughters (n = 26), Group B had spontaneous abortions (n = 23), Group C had induced abortions (n = 23), and Group D were nulligravid (n = 48). Male microchimerism prevalence was significantly greater in Group C than other groups (8%, 22%, 57%, 10%, respectively). Levels were also significantly higher in the induced abortion group.

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.    - ncbi.nlm.nih.gov


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