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Understanding Heterosexual Dynamics Using Science

October 16, 2012

Word Count:2360

Genre: Non-fiction/sexuality

Strapline

it is in the place of those who practically understand the value of ‘no-sexuality’ to know that the happiest marriage exists when a man who has maintained a ‘no-sexuality’ status marries a woman of his kind.The sexual relations a man or woman had had in time past with his or her partners (he or she will be bonded or soul-tied to them emotionally) will for the rest of his or her life, irrespective of the union he or she is involved in, color and more importantly, pose a profound secondary influence in his or her present and/or subsequent relations.the demonstration of equal sexuality between both partners will in no time engender di-vision, owing to observed ‘struggle for sexual dominance’ and eventually leads to marital divorce and break-ups in relationships. Akin to an in-born habit, the partners, as a matter of gratifying their insatiable sexual needs, will, with or without their individual consent seek for pleasure outside the limits of the union.

Synopsis

Understanding Heterosexual Dynamics Using Science applies fundamental scientific principles such as law of magnetism and mechanics (momentum) to explain the consequences of the various sexual dynamics.
The sexual dynamics as mentioned in the table of contents section of this literary piece simply refers to the various kinds of sexual intercourse involving individuals of the opposite sex and their consequences as they affect the mental and social definitions of subsequent relationships they may involve themselves in. In the heterosexual sense, this classic demystifies the ‘mysteries’ that have to do with the various sexual dynamics between a man and woman; unveiling aftermaths of their ‘presence’.

The chapters are expatiated using diagrams, succinct situations and a great deal of scientific approach mechanisms to bringing to the easy comprehension of readers the powers behind the various sexual dynamics as they affect relationships and marriages. As a novel piece, the author has put together an array of terminologies of scientific background and their meanings for readers to peruse and grasp for easy follow-ups. The Table of Contents section reveals catchy chapters (titles), terminologies and meanings and author’s bibliography makes this work-piece a reading delight.

 

Chapter Sample

Chapter One

The Case of ‘No-Sexuality’ Between Two Partners

One of the fundamental principles of magnetism recognizes the fact that like poles repels and unlike poles attract. We would say it is akin to this case. However, it is really the other way round. In other words, as regards sexuality, like poles (partners with ‘no-sexuality’ status) attracts and unlike poles (Partners with ‘equal’ sexuality status as we will see in Chapter Three) repel. The difference?

The diagrams show the state of particles A and B before and after collision. Similarly, this is what happens when two ‘no-sexuality’ attached couples come together in a relationship or marriage. We can see that after collision, there is an intersection of the two particles. They are theoretically inseparable.

Consequently, such a relationship is free from the distrust, insecurity, doubts and uncertainties as togetherness (a strong sense of oneness of personality) and conspicuous sexual compatibility abound.

Granted, in a heterosexual sense, like the fundamental principle of magnetism, a man is generally attracted to a woman. However, it is in the place of those who practically understand the value of ‘no-sexuality’ to know that the happiest marriage exists when a man who has maintained a ‘no-sexuality’ status marries a woman of his kind.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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