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Well, yeah psychology can affect performance also, I simply meant that it's
not unexplainable by evolutionary theory. Things go wrong, break down etc.
(including minds) of course.
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> > Surely impotence is a physiological thing- simply a matter of
> > dysfunction.
> I dont agree. It often has psychological reasons.
> Sure it's a dysfunction, but where this dysfunction stems from is
> another thing. Same with depressions, nervous system disorders and so
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