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The fact that men prefer women with “no piercings, tattoos, wigs, hair extensions, piercings, or other external genital tattoos” is a psychological phenomenon and has no scientific explanation, but it is the most significant factor in why certain men choose to have penises, to which the men respond with intense emotional satisfaction and pleasure, regardless of the fact that it may harm their health. And so many men are willing to sacrifice everything else for the sake of satisfying this psychological fantasy.
Many of my own family did not like their daughters and sons because they found them to look too young and too feminine, and they were ashamed of the fact that their daughters had been so well-endowed. They would ask me to please stop mentioning the “piercings” in our conversations, and they would insist that any mention of piercings or other external genitalia must never be made, if at all possible.
And so the question is: What is this mysterious desire to give people genitalia they will never wear, or will never live with? There are countless answers to that question.
What if we could do that?
In a recent paper The Science of Mind, researchers at the University of California, San Diego, and the University of Wisconsin, Madison write that if we could map the neural pathways in the human brain and map them onto biological information, human brain activity could be imaged and compared with brain activity recorded in other primates.
When we are listening to a song, for example, we are creating neural circuits. Each neuron is connected to many others by what are called synapses: long, short, and long-range connections between them that allow neurons to communicate. The connections also allow signals from each neuron to cross the synapse, into the next one, and can carry on to distant neurons. This is the basis of “attention.” Our brains are like neurons, communicating with each other and sending information throughout our brain and body — but not all information is transmitted the same way. We have what’s called “lateral connections