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|Quote (Schroedinger's Dog @ June 14 2009,18:20)|
|I will take advantage of this thread to ask a question:|
Has any serious study been made about the effects of sex on the developping* foetus? Not merely physical, but also physiological, vis hormonal exchanges between mother and foetus, and whatever effects sex (or absence thereof) during pregnancy could have on the developpment* of said foetus...
This is purely a scientific inquiry, and in no way a perverted move on my part...
I'm about 99.99% sure it has been studied already, and if someone can link me, I'd like to get into it...
*For Tiktaalik's sake, can someone also give me a definite rule about double consonants in the english language?
I'm not going to comment about the effects of shagging on the unborn (other than to note that prostaglandins in sperm can cause early labour late in pregnancy), but I notice you are asking for a rule about something in the English language.
Oh my dear, sweet, horribly misguided, Gallic chum. The English language doesn't have rules! How else can we confuse foreigners? We built an Empire on having impenetrably irregular conjugations of verbs and declensions of nouns. Otherwise people might have understood us.