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According to The Lady and Her Tiger, the autobiography of animal trainer and animal rights advocate Pat Derby, at page 75: I remember one occasion when a television commercial was being filmed with a lion and a young model. The manager made a point of asking the girl whether she were menstruating; as it happened, she was, but she wanted the job and said ...


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No. And actually, there is no claim. That is just a misunderstanding. And one that does not make any sense in terms of human reproductive functions. If orgasm would trigger menstruations way out of the normal cycle than successful implantation of the fertilised egg would very seldom occur and no population would exist to propagate this idea. How is a ...


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Yes, if the woman has reliable cycles and also pays attention to her cervical fluid. When a woman ovulates, it intrinsically causes a rise in progesterone (this is known as the luteal phase). The presence of progesterone causes the body's basal temperature to rise by a few centigrade. Therefore, a slight raise in the BBT mid-cycle helps to confirm the ...


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According to The micropenis and the giant clitoris Salon 12 December 1999: In Baltimore, intersexual Kiira Triea, 35, claims her genitalia "look like crap" because doctors treated her like an "exotic lab rat." Born with in-between organs, she was raised as a boy until doctors decided to feminize her at puberty. To accomplish this, they hacked off her ...


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Evidence: PMS disorder is a mixture of physical and psychological symptoms associated with mood and hormonal fluctuations before menstruation. Premenstrual syndrome is defined as recurrent moderate psychological and physical symptoms that occur during the luteal phase of menses and resolve with menstruation. It affects 20 to 32 percent of premenopausal ...


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Yes, although it is generally said that humans do not have estrous cycles in the way most mammals do, there are indeed multiple peer-reviewed studies suggesting that people (not just men, and in some cases other women especially) find ovulating women more attractive. The mechanisms for this are multiple, including both physical and behavioral changes. ...


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