New study finds male masturbation increases chances of offspring
A new study published in the journal “Male Masturbation and Evolutionary Origins” suggests that male masturbation could increase the chances of having offspring. The study, which analyzed the sperm of primates, found that those who masturbated had higher sperm count and quality compared to those who did not.
Lead author, Dr. Jane Smith from the University of New York explained, “We found that male primates who masturbated had higher levels of semen quality and more viable sperm. This could make them more likely to reproduce and pass on their genes.”
The study also explored the evolutionary origins and advantages of masturbation. According to the research, the act of masturbating may have first evolved in primates as a way to increase sexual arousal and sperm production.
The study’s findings were well received by some experts, but others remain skeptical. Dr. John Doe from the University of California commented, “While this study is interesting, it is important to note that correlation does not necessarily mean causation. More research needs to be done to confirm the link between male masturbation and offspring.”
Despite the debate, the study has sparked conversations around male sexual health and reproduction. It could be a useful tactic for couples struggling to conceive naturally, and may even have implications for assisted reproduction technologies in the future.
Overall, the study sheds light on the benefits of male masturbation while also offering insight into its evolutionary origins and potential advantages.