It’s no accident the nerves servicing a man’s “reflex erection” (S2 to S4) are stimulated by a full bladder – the so-called “Morning Glory.”
Urinary bladder syndromes are often associated with sexual guilt.
Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are rare in men, the medically accepted reason being a woman’s urethra is shorter and closer to the anus.
Then why are UTIs so rare in sexually active post-menopausal women?
Karl Menninger, M.D. (Man Against Himself, 1938, 1966) wrote …
“The sense of guilt is particularly liable to become evident in connection with violation of sexual conventions, and it is not surprising that organic lesions of the genito-urinary organs should arise in direct relation to such episodes. I have observed several instances of this, and reported them in technical detail [in Psychological Quarterly, Oct. 1936]. Indeed, I am convinced from my observations that even venereal disease is sometimes acquired partly because the victim invites the infection, not only by his behavior (e.g., carelessness) but by some unknown modification of tissue resistance.”
Men seem to be able to metabolize alcohol more efficiently at Stomach Time (7:00-9:00 a.m.) – the classic time for “morning wood” – while women seem to metabolize alcohol better at Bladder Time (3:00-5:00 p.m.) – Fertilization Time.
According to Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty) …
Bladder Time (3:00-5:00 p.m.) is the optimum time to get pregnant, while Lung Time (3:00-5:00 a.m.) is the best time to avoid pregnancy.
Note: Beware of the exception to the rule. :(
Paramecia prefer “sex” during the “ascending cycle” (3:00-4:00 p.m.) of Bladder Time than any other time of the day or night.
The paramecium was arguably the first organism to have “sex” on this planet, offering the first alternative to binary fission (bacteria) or mitosis and cytokinesis (amoebae).
Bladder Time (3:00-5:00 p.m.) is Deep Sugar Time, so don’t forget to hug (or mega-hug) your sweetie.
According to “Roses Keep Longer If Cut in the Late Afternoon,” Science News Letter, Mar. 3, 1945 …
“Roses keep nearly eight hours longer when cut at 4:30 p.m. than when cut at 8 a.m., he [Joseph E. Howland, Cornell University floriculturist] discovered. During hot weather, the afternoon cutting served to increase the keeping time to nearly ten hours longer. This is true because leaves make sugars when the sun shines. The later in the day the stems are cut, the longer they should keep because of the increased sugar content, which is highest around 4:30 p.m.”
Did you know sugar is anabolic? Used judiciously, it’s protein-sparing.
Compendium of Body Language Anatomy, volumes 1 & 2, are both available at …
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