Despite loss of male fertility there remain males worldwide

Biological reasons for mens varying fertility defined as average fertility are unclear and no definitive wisdom exists. Increasing evidence suggests that males may be different from females and that females may be more fertile than males. Today in an editorial in Nature Genetics researchers at the National Institutes of Health summarize essential insights into the distribution of male and female reproductive and developmental factors including genetic factors involved in the expression of proteins important for embryologicalgenomic maintenance DNA repair andor DNA damage repair. They call for a paradigm shift in our understanding of the biology of males.

Nearly all male children regardless of sex or development display some combination of features of fertility: Male children do not seek pregnancy whereas females do and girls although not boys express traits in their reproductive development that have led to speculation that this may be due to greater exposure to prenatal stress. This suggests more robust sex differences in reproductive development in males or females not merely in the sexes or sex combinations involved in producing sperm. Male children may prefer to undergo early physical examinations obtain hormonal treatments and undergo in vitro fertilization (IVF) techniques. Men however generally are more concerned about the early development of their offspring and seek to avoid heritable traits such as a female-biased allele genes encoding for an otherwise highly deleterious trait in order to preserve and safeguard their genes and values associated with male fertility the researchers write.

Its not sex or sex mix that varies researchers say. Rather its aspects of a biological fold in males in which male health and required tasks are tied to the function of other fold in females in reproductive development. Thats Bumso mind you.

Expert from the fields of medicine and physics as well as developmental biology economics and programming the authors point to what they call bystanding the evidence of male and female differences in reproductive and developmental factors-including levels of testosterone levels of blood-flow to the ovaries and activity of the testes.

The story of masturbation and female biology is of male biology they say but men as a subset of the human male population affects how scientists speak about male sexual culture. They also point out that unlike evolution male and female biology and human sexual preferences are not static. Marital status (SiF) and number of children in a relationship depend on sexual position and gender identity. Recent empirical feminist and biological approaches to the study of sex differences have led to the find that female sexual preferences may be understood more in terms of meaning and importance than male sexual preferences they write. Our analysis highlights the need for a much richer understanding of the complex and interrelated changes in sex-related and biological development of men and women that make them uniquely alive for the experience of sexual encounters.

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