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What makes a human?
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Shedding our penis spines helped us become human, DNA study hints

In case there is some validity to this lunacy, can anyone please explain how I can shed my penis spines? (and how do I find them anyway... I tried and could not fine them.)
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mv Wrote:Shedding our penis spines helped us become human, DNA study hints

In case there is some validity to this lunacy, can anyone please explain how I can shed my penis spines? (and how do I find them anyway... I tried and could not fine them.)

How much did you plan on fining them Michael? You aren't going to be heavy handed are you? S6
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Also,
Quote:The loss of penile spines may have allowed our ancient ancestors to copulate for longer, a development thought to have nurtured monogamous couples and paved the way for more complex social structures.

Does this mean that Bonobos also lost theirs? I have watched videos where a couple have engaged in sex for an extended time, and were quite relaxes about it, lying side-by-side.
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:lol:

So John watches chimp porn, whatever floats your boat.
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Monsieur Le Tonk Wrote::lol:

So John watches chimp porn, whatever floats your boat.

Just about any time one watches Bonobos, one is watching porn. Can't be helped, because they are always engaging in sex. They are the most promiscuous animals around, and make the 'Hood' look tame by comparison. You'd enjoy having a few of them in your neighborhood. Wink1
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Much better writeup here: http://www.nature.com/news/2011/110309/f...1.148.html
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What amazes me is the length of time after the spines were lost before the sexual revolution of the 60's occurred.
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