Move to sexual attraction?[edit source]
I think the article has potential, but the current title seems to be non-standard term (only this wiki comes up on google). Should then also be added to Template:Redpill Bibipi (talk) 07:38, 11 January 2020 (UTC)
Other explanations for female orgasms[edit source]
Another explanation of "female orgasms" besides sperm retention and would be an expression of satisfaction with the partner and willingness to pair bond (i.e. sexual exclusiveness, which is what men care so much about). Men, in turn, evolve to want to sexually satisfy and invest with costly courtship display etc. so as to bring their partner into this state of being willing to offer sexual exclusivity. I'm sure I've read this in some paper which i may add later.
Another explanation for "fake orgasm" may be vestige of our fast LH ancient past in which such copulatory vocalizations had the purpose to incite male competition.
Other things[edit source]
Also, men have evolved a mechanism to be more attracted to women who are sexually receptive to them and women who are sexually attracted to them.
Men are attracted to femininity partly because femininity is associated with sexual receptivity.
Men are attracted to virgins more than other females because of this.
Not so clear virgins are more receptive. Plausibly this is more about monopolizing women early on with the purpose of sexual exclusivity and paternity assurence, lower chances of STDs(which women are more prone to). Bibipi (talk) 07:38, 11 January 2020 (UTC)
Also, men are more attracted to women who smile more at them. (Men are less attracted to women who smile at other people.) I think smiling is a signal of sexual receptivity and attraction by the female, therefore making men more attracted to her.
Seems plausible. Smiling signals positivity and willingness to pair bond, ultimately sexual exclusivity.
An important point here might also be that women seem to be often sooner ready to settle down and want signals of costly courtship (due to heavy (resource) dependence, whereas men tend to seek many partners ideally without investment as a socially parasitic strategy via Bateman's principle), but women defer sex more (Batemans' principle/coyness). Bibipi (talk) 07:38, 11 January 2020 (UTC)