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“KiMare'a the Monster Mutation”

Since: Nov 10

Location hidden

#36272 Dec 16, 2012
Marengo Jon wrote:
<quoted text>
That's what you've gleaned from the article because you have a particular need to have company in your circus of side-show freaks.
Kindly show me which parts of the article are scientifically conclusive?
Never mind responding, because the article doesn't have anything conclusive; it's theories and speculation.
Instead of using the Huffington Post copy of this article, I used this one with direct links to specific work.

You might want to do some checking...

Smile.

“Marriage equality for all”

Since: Jul 07

Illinois

#36273 Dec 16, 2012
KiMare wrote:
<quoted text>
Instead of using the Huffington Post copy of this article, I used this one with direct links to specific work.
You might want to do some checking...
Smile.
I did; you're still desperate for company in your freak show of genetic mutations. Truth is, you win hands down when it comes to genetic freaks of nature.

Unlike you, I don't have a mangina and a psychotic alter ego.

“KiMare'a the Monster Mutation”

Since: Nov 10

Location hidden

#36275 Dec 16, 2012
Marengo Jon wrote:
<quoted text>
I did; you're still desperate for company in your freak show of genetic mutations. Truth is, you win hands down when it comes to genetic freaks of nature.
Unlike you, I don't have a mangina and a psychotic alter ego.
You might want to do a general search of 'epi genetics and homosexuality' and read how the scientists are judging the theory...

http://healthland.time.com/2012/12/13/new-ins...
question

Saint Louis, MO

#36278 Dec 17, 2012
So jon jon. Don't you find yourself tedious?
Marengo Jon wrote:
<quoted text>
I did; you're still desperate for company in your freak show of genetic mutations. Truth is, you win hands down when it comes to genetic freaks of nature.
Unlike you, I don't have a mangina and a psychotic alter ego.

“Marriage equality for all”

Since: Jul 07

Illinois

#36279 Dec 17, 2012
question wrote:
So jon jon. Don't you find yourself tedious?
<quoted text>
No CDC, but i do find you and Kimare to be tedious.
Hoo Hah

Calvert City, KY

#36282 Dec 18, 2012
Hetero wrote:
<quoted text>
Anal sex is demeaning my wife's ass (pun intended). I've been married to the same woman for over 30 years in a totally monogamous relationship and, I can assure you, her orgasmic intensity is often greater with anal than with vaginal. She also immensely enjoys the occasional rim job I give her.
Sounds like a marriage built to last!

Since: Apr 09

Location hidden

#36284 Dec 18, 2012
Jeb Wilson wrote:
hell man aint no way man, we shot your kind in nam.
Of course you did, kitten, of course you did...

“KiMare'a the Monster Mutation”

Since: Nov 10

Location hidden

#36285 Dec 18, 2012
Hate to be tedious...

http://www.sciencedaily.com/
releases/2012/12/121211083212. htm

Different epi-marks protect different sex-specific traits from being masculinized or feminized -- some affect the genitals, others sexual identity, and yet others affect sexual partner preference. However, when these epi-marks are transmitted across generations from fathers to daughters or mothers to sons, they may cause reversed effects, such as the feminization of some traits in sons, such as sexual preference, and similarly a partial masculinization of daughters.

The study solves the evolutionary riddle of homosexuality, finding that "sexually antagonistic" epi-marks, which normally protect parents from natural variation in sex hormone levels during fetal development, sometimes carryover across generations and cause homosexuality in opposite-sex offspring.

Smirk.

“Marriage equality for all”

Since: Jul 07

Illinois

#36286 Dec 18, 2012
KiMare wrote:
Hate to be tedious...
http://www.sciencedaily.com/
releases/2012/12/121211083212. htm
Different epi-marks protect different sex-specific traits from being masculinized or feminized -- some affect the genitals, others sexual identity, and yet others affect sexual partner preference. However, when these epi-marks are transmitted across generations from fathers to daughters or mothers to sons, they may cause reversed effects, such as the feminization of some traits in sons, such as sexual preference, and similarly a partial masculinization of daughters.
The study solves the evolutionary riddle of homosexuality, finding that "sexually antagonistic" epi-marks, which normally protect parents from natural variation in sex hormone levels during fetal development, sometimes carryover across generations and cause homosexuality in opposite-sex offspring.
Smirk.
No, you love to be tedious. it's all you've got.

“KiMare'a the Monster Mutation”

Since: Nov 10

Location hidden

#36287 Dec 18, 2012
KiMare wrote:
Hate to be tedious...
http://www.sciencedaily.com/
releases/2012/12/121211083212. htm
Different epi-marks protect different sex-specific traits from being masculinized or feminized -- some affect the genitals, others sexual identity, and yet others affect sexual partner preference. However, when these epi-marks are transmitted across generations from fathers to daughters or mothers to sons, they may cause reversed effects, such as the feminization of some traits in sons, such as sexual preference, and similarly a partial masculinization of daughters.
The study solves the evolutionary riddle of homosexuality, finding that "sexually antagonistic" epi-marks, which normally protect parents from natural variation in sex hormone levels during fetal development, sometimes carryover across generations and cause homosexuality in opposite-sex offspring.
Smirk.
Marengo Jon wrote:
<quoted text>
No, you love to be tedious. it's all you've got.
True. Tedious persistence for truth.

And you have nothing but ad homoan attacks.

:-)
Politics_Kid

Olney, IL

#36288 Dec 18, 2012
Check out this video on marriage issues.
I think it shows a good point!

“Marriage equality for all”

Since: Jul 07

Illinois

#36289 Dec 18, 2012
KiMare wrote:
KiMare wrote:

And you have nothing but ad homoan attacks.
:-)
If by ad hominem attacks you mean that I bust your balls/clitty for trolling, then sure.

“Marriage equality for all”

Since: Jul 07

Illinois

#36290 Dec 18, 2012
KiMare wrote:
KiMare wrote:
Hate to be tedious...
It would appear that others disagree with you. Again. As usual.
You should let your inner lesbian guide your heart.
mahz

Troy, IL

#36291 Dec 18, 2012
KiMare wrote:
KiMare wrote:
Hate to be tedious...
http://www.sciencedaily.com/
releases/2012/12/121211083212. htm
Different epi-marks protect different sex-specific traits from being masculinized or feminized -- some affect the genitals, others sexual identity, and yet others affect sexual partner preference. However, when these epi-marks are transmitted across generations from fathers to daughters or mothers to sons, they may cause reversed effects, such as the feminization of some traits in sons, such as sexual preference, and similarly a partial masculinization of daughters.
The study solves the evolutionary riddle of homosexuality, finding that "sexually antagonistic" epi-marks, which normally protect parents from natural variation in sex hormone levels during fetal development, sometimes carryover across generations and cause homosexuality in opposite-sex offspring.
Smirk.
<quoted text>
True. Tedious persistence for truth.
And you have nothing but ad homoan attacks.
:-)
You still havent came up with an original thought yet? You are one of the poorest trolls I have ever seen. Constant repetition and you cant even get under anyone's skin. You must not be too smart.

What about endocrine disruptors?

“KiMare'a the Monster Mutation”

Since: Nov 10

Location hidden

#36292 Dec 19, 2012
KiMare wrote:
Hate to be tedious...
http://www.sciencedaily.com/
releases/2012/12/121211083212. htm
Different epi-marks protect different sex-specific traits from being masculinized or feminized -- some affect the genitals, others sexual identity, and yet others affect sexual partner preference. However, when these epi-marks are transmitted across generations from fathers to daughters or mothers to sons, they may cause reversed effects, such as the feminization of some traits in sons, such as sexual preference, and similarly a partial masculinization of daughters.
The study solves the evolutionary riddle of homosexuality, finding that "sexually antagonistic" epi-marks, which normally protect parents from natural variation in sex hormone levels during fetal development, sometimes carryover across generations and cause homosexuality in opposite-sex offspring.
Smirk.
<quoted text>
True. Tedious persistence for truth.
And you have nothing but ad homoan attacks.
:-)
mahz wrote:
<quoted text>
You still havent came up with an original thought yet? You are one of the poorest trolls I have ever seen. Constant repetition and you cant even get under anyone's skin. You must not be too smart.
What about endocrine disruptors?
"Original thought?" It seems you are mistaking scientific discover of facts for a fiction story. Perhaps that is why your life and belief system is embedded in denial???

The funny part is apart from denial and deceit, all you have is ad homoan attacks. You must not be too smart.

Smirk.
jab

Herod, IL

#36293 Dec 19, 2012
test
We have a winner

Saint Louis, MO

#36294 Dec 19, 2012
Jon Jon won "troll of the year"
Congrats!!!!
tank

Naperville, IL

#36295 Dec 19, 2012
-YUM- wrote:
LIVE AND LET LIVE!! My god we only get one life, love who you want! Im straight ,married 27 years, all straight children from this union. But if one would at anytime tell me they were gay,,, this would be my response...
Well son or daughter,, doesnt it feel good to let that out!
..........followed up with.......
have you found someone that makes you happy!
Love the people ,,,,, you dont have to love their choices!
And after ten years of marriage your son says,Dad I need diapers now, I can't hold in my poop.
Then you say son it's ok as long as you love each other.
What a sick world this has become.
it is ok

Saint Louis, MO

#36296 Dec 19, 2012
I think there is an operation to tighten that sphincter up.
So it's ok now.
right jon jon?
tank wrote:
<quoted text>
And after ten years of marriage your son says,Dad I need diapers now, I can't hold in my poop.
Then you say son it's ok as long as you love each other.
What a sick world this has become.
Empty tank

Elmwood Park, IL

#36297 Dec 19, 2012
tank wrote:
<quoted text>
And after ten years of marriage your son says,Dad I need diapers now, I can't hold in my poop.
Then you say son it's ok as long as you love each other.
What a sick world this has become.
Straight to an anal sex reference; what a surprise.
There's no loss of sphincter control from anal sex. None. The whole "diapers scenario" is complete hogwash made up by people scare others.

If the world is so sick, you can always leave it.

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