From: Kenneth Van Oost (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun 06 Mar 2005 - 12:37:27 GMT
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From: Keith Henson <email@example.com>
I read the article with interest, but I got a few remarks.
This may be a cliincher, but smother mothers not the last born with their
and attention !? Ain 't that ' a(ny) ' reason to presuppose that he tends
homosexuality !? It ain't all part of an urban legend...
And within the part of the increased number of babies I ain't found what
of sexe the kids had ! Ain 't that important !?
Did the mothers and aunties give birth to more sons or to more baby girl
And I ain 't keen on being PC, so...may we suggest that the mother want to
attractive for men, and in that respect for her own youngest !?
Let me explain, if she is attractive for her last born male child wouldn 't
a reason for grown ups to be interested in her !?
If the child finds her attractive, in the nice sense of the word, ( she
right, she wears make- up, ...) wouldn 't that reflect back to older men !?
And wouldn 't that in the same token not predisposes her son towards
If men are interested in his mother, can the question be asked that he is
the men to find out why they are !? At least in my understanding, if you are
in something, ain 't the way to indulge yourself in the subject !?
Just a thought !
if women have to be attractive for men, can it be said that men are being
attracted to women and that thus men predispose girls, their daughters,
the lesbian side of the argument !?
If men have something like a hyper- sexual- drive, that causes us to have
with ( more than one) women and thus have more offspring, do fathers and
lesbians have on average more children !?
I find the article; ' men- minded ', it is the female that does all the harm
to the boys !
It could by any way be that it has nothing to do with the above, and that
trait is just cultural or social....
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