After Ken Alexander’s recent brush with death via a tick and the birth of her daughter’s baby Lori Alexander of The Transformed Wife is back. For the last few days her subject has been sex outside of marriage. She is defining marriage strictly by state marriage license followed by ceremony witnessed by others, not once mentioning that her mentors the Pearls think state marriage licenses are sins.
But it’s this small idea of women’s brains being filled with the man juice of every man you’ve ever slept with that makes me guffaw! Lori has about as much science knowledge as her mentor Debi in her new book about brains ‘Create a Better Brain Through Neuroplasticity’
Fizzy Jizzy Brains for everyone!
Do you know what further scientific studies have made of the appearance of male DNA in female brains? That it is in there primarily because of carrying a male child, or from being part of a twins couple during gestation. Everything but it’s there because you’ve slept with enough men to staff an army.
In the 1990s, scientists first discovered that, during pregnancy, a woman and a fetus can trade a small number of cells. In some cases, these swapped cells can be detected decades later in both mothers and offspring, Nelson, who’s recognized as a microchimerism expert, explained.
“The most common source of male DNA in an adult woman is from prior pregnancy with a male child,” she told INSIDER.
In other words it is so NOT from sleeping with men. Well, I hear Lori saying, what about those women who have never had sons? Gotcha covered there too.
“Any suggestion that male DNA is routinely retained from sexual partners has no support from any scientific study,” Nelson said.
Some studies have mentioned the possibility in passing, but at this point, it’s pure speculation that’s never been put to the test, she added. That’s a far cry from some outlets confidently claiming that women absorb DNA from “ every man they have sex with,” as one headline read.
In those without sons the sources of the DNA seems likely to be from a twin brother, an older brother or an early miscarriage according to the same scientist.
Besides, the idea that sperm can burrow inside you and hang out for decades doesn’t jibe with the fact that sperm dies after about five days inside the reproductive tract.
And if sex was really a cause of male microchimerism, Nelson and her team would have probably detected male DNA in more of the women they tested in 2005.
“To me the biggest statement is the data,” she said. “If this were routinely happening, I mean, you would see it in the vast majority of adult women [without sons] that we studied.”
This is why getting your science facts from click baiting sources leads to women like Lori coming up with their “facts” that aren’t factual in the least. Every single time you run up on a scientific study you need to take a look at everything the study says, not just a few random bits like Debi Pearl did with the Stanford Marshmallow Experiment. Snippets of data can be manipulated to say anything, when the broader picture shows the truth.
Interestingly enough, while Lori has been mining her chatroom for this topic it came up that one young lady was unmarried, living with her husband and had children, asking Lori was to do. Lori turned her issue into today’s posting and Lori actually gave something of a liberal and understanding answer. I guess even a clock is right twice a day!
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