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of our continuing evolution|as a species.
Our ability--|Men's ability to read maps...
to navigate, makes us useful.
Which way is north,Joyce,|without looking around?.
- You're right.|- Is he right?.
- He's right.|- Very impressive.
As she has throughout history...
What else, Roger?.
- Air guitar.|- Yes, yes.
Go ahead and chuckle, okay?.
and they will--
physical strength|remains a primary utility.
Roger, you're forgetting|a very important male utility.
What's that?. Barbecuing?.
Yeah. I want a guy to do more|than just program my VCR.
Interestingly, a group of scientists|in England...
without the use of sperm cells.
I don't understand that.
they were the only ones with access.
Within Christopher's lifetime,|artificial insemination...
In case they were downsized.
Just so you know, Roger,|you know that we women...
make love because we like it.
- Not just to procreate.|- Yes.
- But are men absolutely necessary?.|- I don't know that.
Think of the structure|of the female genitalia.
Wait. Wait.|Okay, got it.
What is the most sensitive part|of the vagina?.
He thought it was India.
Oh, no!. No!.
It's a far great concentration|than in any part of the male body...
even our fingertips.
It is the most efficient,|pleasure-delivery system...
ever devised by nature.
Now, ask yourself...
why didn't the clitoris end up|inside the vagina...
so that intercourse|would be naturally...
compellingly, constantly pleasurable|for a woman?.
- I know the answer.|- Yes, Ms. Maynard.
Because in primitive time,|women died of childbirth.
So for intercourse to be|too pleasurable...
wouldn't make sense|from a Darwinian standpoint.
- I'm impressed.|- Absolutely right.
- Exactly.|- That for women...
New technology|just makes it official.
that are larger, longer,|even more sensitive.
And a woman's ability, as well as|her desire to self-stimulate...Rate this script:0.0 / 0 votes
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