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Re: Yet Another Abortion Thread
« Reply #150 on: January 12, 2013, 05:18:07 PM »
First a quick primer on how conception actually works.

I believe we're all adults and well aware of how conception takes place. Some of us have actually conceived babies, for that matter.

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Simple. Sperm live for a week.

Under certain circumstances, it is possible. Not probable. Possible. Most reproductive specialists agree that healthy sperm can live in a woman's cervical mucus or upper genital tract for three to five days. Sperm in semen ejaculated outside the body may only live for a few hours.

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Well, in warm contact with the female body,  which is really *anywhere* in the inner thigh/ genital region, Sperm will lurk around quite happily for some time.

As I stated above, this is incorrect. Unless your definition of "some time" is a few hours.


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Re: Yet Another Abortion Thread
« Reply #151 on: January 18, 2013, 10:51:51 AM »
Also, while you might get leakage (for whatever possible reason) ejaculation is at such a high velocity because the sperm needs that extra help so it can eat into the egg. So even considering how long they may live the chances are so tiny it's almost impossible to even think the sperm could fertilize the egg. Also I believe we're getting off topic... Unless you consider all of the potential reckless abandonment caused by anal sex. (Ten points if you get the reference. I'll even help a bit and ask why this specific sperm is important.)

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Re: Yet Another Abortion Thread
« Reply #152 on: January 19, 2013, 03:31:00 PM »
Hmm, I really dont think there is any reason to think the verocity of ejaculation is important at all. provided ejaculation places semen in contact with the cervix, that's as much as it can do. Fertilisation takes place  higher up.

And in response to Torch, I was speaking only about what was possible. I never said it was probable, of course fertilisation under suboptimal conditions is enormously unlikely, but it's still possible. That's the point.

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Re: Yet Another Abortion Thread
« Reply #153 on: January 19, 2013, 03:46:10 PM »
For heaven's sake.

Let me put things another way: There is not one case in all of medical literature of a woman conceiving a viable pregnancy solely from anal sex.

NOT ONE.

If anyone knows of a case and would like to reference it along with citations from the proper peer reviewed medical journals, I'd love to see it.

Otherwise, this whole discussion is ridiculous and off topic.


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Re: Yet Another Abortion Thread
« Reply #154 on: January 19, 2013, 06:02:13 PM »
As I stated above, this is incorrect. Unless your definition of "some time" is a few hours.

And excluding the occurrence of a shower during that time, to boot.