Yes I understand your point, but I think you are ignoring mine (on purpose I think). While you may prove a difference in various humans, you still ignore the similarities. My point has been, and still is, that there does exist an attraction, a naturally occurring feeling of lust that leads to reproduction. The results of said reproduction have not had catastrophic results but have instead prospered over the ages. While you said that nature is fighting it, your post did not prove that point, it only suggests that humans have varying genetic mutations, of which nature has still allowed those with and without said mutations to get it on,make a baby, and not spontaneously combust.
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