Women have always been warned about the number of their intimate partners because of the risk of exposure to STDs.
However, there are new revelations about the reproductive history of women as according to recent studies intimate partners of women leave traces of themselves inside women.
According to a study conducted by the scientists from the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research and The University of Seattle women take in living DNA from the men they have sensual intercourse with. Shocking, isn’t it?
The subject of the scientists was a pregnant woman with a son where they were studying whether this lady would be increasingly prone to diseases found commonly in men. One of the findings of this study was that women can absorb DNA all their life which can attribute to the way how they look and to their health as well. Then, women with more intimate partners changed their physical appearance than they once had. Furthermore, single mothers have DNA from their children living in their bodies. So, when a man makes love to a single mom and that result in pregnancy, the new children will also get the DNA from the mother’s child.
According to Rossv.com women absorb Y-chromosome genes from male sperm through intercourse. This means that women with higher number of partners have more masculine traits.
A French biologist and philosopher, Felix Le Dantec, discussed regarding this issue in his work “Individual Evolution, Heredity, and Neo-Darwinists.” He explained Telegony by showing many facts.
Namely, a farmer who he knew told him that his swine had an intercourse with a boar and normally the pigs looked similar in color. However, when the same swine had an intercourse with another boar and delivered another set of pigs some of the pigs showed similar color to the male pig the swine first copulated with.
Further on, Lord Morton was the first person to breed a mare and a zebra and formed a hybrid. Then, he interbred the same mare with a horse, and the new cup showed lines similar to the zebra.
According to new researching, men are advised to ask their female partner about her previous lovers especially if he plans to have a child with her because the genetics of past lovers will be carried on to his offspring.