The Evolution Of Sex
In my pursuit to better understand how sexual intercourse has evolved and to what
degree it will continue to evolve, I encountered question after question. It seemed that
professors around the world. Never the less, I feel that I?ve done quite a bit of
researching and have come to some solid conclusion that can open up some doors or at
the very least get people to look at sex from some new angles.
The first and perhaps most complicated question is ?why do humans need two
that reproduce asexually, or without a second partner. The scientific and genetic answer
vigor; masking deleterious mutations. Second, the use of one spindle apparatus allowed
the maintaining of both sets of chromosomes and hence any hybrid vigor effects. Next
the homologous pairing and chiasma- the advantages of this are not entirely clear. Lastly
the Reduction division and syngamy favored the restoration of heterozygosity. Naturally
I can?t even begin to translate what I?ve just typed there. I get very little from the
are some who find this sort of thing trivial. I prefer to key in on the idea that humans
evolved the instinct to select a mate and this idea of selection has helped to foster the
evolution of ordinary intercourse.
The next question that I was faced with was ?why is sex fun?? This question
These are the three methods that I have choose to use in order to decipher this question.
Christianity is a popular form of religion in this area so I have decided to call