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Grizzly Weinstein
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April 2009
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Grizzly Weinstein [userpic]
When is it appropriate

Did you ever wonder if your mother had a good orgasm when she got pregnant with you? When is the appropriate time for a child to be told this? If they are too young they will brag on the playground and tease children whose initial moments were not as "genuine" at the time. "My mother had two orgasms when she got pregnant with me one of them was g-spot; I heard your mother faked it and your father knew but was too embarrassed to say anything". Do you think that would change the way a person though of themselves; if they knew they were conceived in a moment which involved fakery or required "slight of hand"? I wonder if any chemical differences change the way a person is. Perhaps there will be studies in the future where personality traits and chemical makeup can trace back to that first moment? I am sure there will be a quiz in a woman's magazine with this information.

I need to call my mother.

Comments

A lot of couples don't know which particular occasion led to conception, so they can't answer it even if they want to. Additionally, if there's much of a time lapse before they know they're pregnant, they may not remember.

Personally, when I was in high school, I asked my mom where I was conceived, and got the story. But most people I've mentioned that to don't know anything about their conceptions.

The Kama Sutra has some, erm, interesting theories on this, including one which states that a woman cannot conceive unless she reaches orgasm (and some even state it must be a simultaneous orgasm).

As with most things, I adopt a take the best, leave the rest attitude.


I assume I was hatched.