Women never openly talk about their psychology, what they really think and feel, so the saying goes.Women talk to achieve their aims, not to reveal their true intentions and thoughts, unless it’s in strict business settings; women have been labeled manipulative and cunning because of that.In any case, human intentions can always be found out by observing human behaviors over time, regardless of gender.(Early-plugs insertion point. A few seconds of silence in audiovisual.)Hopefully, in the future, neuroscience will find out how women’s and men’s brains work exactly, and why they work in the ways they do; I suppose developing a neuroscience that can precisely pinpoint how the human psychologies work in the human brains is quite a challenge; but I’ll keep working on what I can in finding out how human brains work exactly in creating human psychologies.An interesting question popped into my head.Do women think marrying a man and having his babies is all BS?In the classic feminist novel, titled Fear of Flying, the feminist author expresses her aversion toward having a man’s baby instead of having a baby of purely her own, and also expresses her honest thoughts and feelings about the human sexuality and sexual mating being all a BS.Supposing that at least some women have aversion toward having a man’s baby, and thinks marriage and living with a man is all a BS, what exactly is the human consequence of the human female sexual mating psychology?The latest statistics show that over half of marriages end up in divorce when there’s a socioeconomic freedom for divorce, and most divorces are initiated by women.One question I’ll eventually answer in my Unified Humanity Science is, how does the human female sexual mating psychology work, exactly, at the female human brain tissular, cellular, subcellular, molecular, atomic, and subatomic levels? What thought processes and emotions compel women to get into a sexual relationship with a man and leave a man in a sexual relationship?Money or the lack there of is often cited as the number-one reason why women divorce their men. But money probably isn’t the only reason for divorcing a man for women; rich celebrity women divorce their men all the time who have money.In developing the science on human sexual mating psychology, I would like to pursue experimentally proving or disproving a conjecture that the human sexual mating is solely based on benefit-seeking, by measuring and modeling the human-brain processes at the human-brain tissular, cellular, subcellular, molecular, atomic, and subatomic levels.For example, I’ll work on experimentally proving or disproving that women get into a sexual relationship when there’s a sufficient benefit, such as economic support and producing and raising children, and leave the sexual relationship when there is no longer sufficient benefit in staying in the sexual relationship with a man.My suspicion has been that humans don’t do anything without perceived benefit, including and especially sexual mating; for example, advertisements that show benefit sell products because humans are benefit-seeking creatures; my hunch is that the human life is nothing but benefit provision and consumption that result in the collective benefit of the human species. Through developing my Unified Humanity Science, I’ll precisely QMASP (Quantify, Model, Analyze, Simulate, and Predict) how and why the human psychology works in the way it does.
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