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Text That Girl

Developed by DePriest, Text That Girl has helped hundreds of men turn their misfortunes with ladies around. Since they started using DePriest's methods, they have become masters of the texting game and have been able to lure girls into endless dates effortlessly. Be it online or offline, ladies love to play hard to get, flake, or even stop responding to your advances. This program offers practical situations to any block a lady might throw your way. From techniques, tactics to the actual messages this program is highly effective. The course walks you through the stages starting from your first text, to your first date, up to where you want it to end at. One thing you are guaranteed is ladies will find you fun and witty if you implement the secrets revealed in the book. Because at the end of the day what they want is a funny guy they can freely express themselves around. The program is wide enough to address all kinds of obstacles while maintaining simplicity for easy implementation. Text That Girl is readily available online and at an affordable price. It gives you value for money, and that is why you need to go for it. Read more...

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Author: Race DePriest
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Highly Recommended

The writer has done a thorough research even about the obscure and minor details related to the subject area. And also facts weren’t just dumped, but presented in an interesting manner.

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Attract Hotter Women

Attracts Hotter Women is a product which has been in the market for a period with the main target being to help men attracts hotter women in their circle. Some people think you can attract hotter women through money, status or good looks, but according to Brent, these are not determining fact. To him, one needs to have an excellent social introduction, good vibes, give a gift, and have a fantastic conversation with the lady. This product has been used by many people and has been proved to be the best when it comes to attracting hotter women in your life. The vibe is what determines whether one would attract hotter women. Good vibes need one to be himself when it comes and has good energy when it comes to approaching hotter women. The product requires no technical skills or intermediate level when using this product. In addition to that, the product is available in memberships and e-book where one gets some bonuses after purchase. Read more...

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Contents: Ebook, Membership Site
Author: Brent Smith
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Text Game Decoded

The New Text Game Decoded is a savior. Ladies love the attention men give them, making it hard to get her attention in an Instagram world where tens of men are lining up in DMs to lure them. This course was developed by Moe. He is the renowned world over for his ability to turn ladies on, and that is why he has dated even cover models and the prettiest ladies in the world. Having traveled to over 20 countries in the world, you can be certain Moe came up with the perfect solution for you irrespective of your background. Moe faced rejection before, and that is why it took him seven years of research, studies, and certification to come up with such a masterpiece. This tool is highly practical and useful. All you need to is abide by the rules of the game and secrets revealed by Moe in this video. Take your time to see how Moe uses psychology to achieve positive results. What about the results? What should you expect? The answer is simple: girls lining up in your DM wanting more from you. This is the remedy to flakes and being ignored. By the time you are done, you will always be appreciative of Moe's sacrifices to come up with the magical Text Game Decoded. Read more...

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Contents: Ebook
Author: Moe Abbassi
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Price: $15.00

Ultimate Guide to Texting Girls

Ultimate Guide to Texting girls is attributed to Matt Artisan, who is dating and attraction coach. He has been able to approach more than two thousand women, got more than twelve hundred phone numbers, and dated more than hundreds of women. The product is meant to guide the men on how to text the lady right from the day you meet her to the date day, and finally in the bedroom. In addition to that, the product also helps men on how to seduce women who would make women get attracted to them always. The product is available in different formats which include eBook and audio and comes with some bonuses for the customers. Some of the key problems which get solved by the product include how to text a woman and win her attraction. Ultimate Guide to Texting girls has been used by many people in the past hence making the product to be more reliable for other people to interacts and use the product. Read more...

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Contents: Ebook, Audios
Author: Matt Artisan
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Price: $7.00

Travelers risk behavior

During travel and exploration of regions far from home, individuals may engage in risky activities that can lead to potential exposure to pathogens in blood and body fluids, including HIV, hepatitis C, hepatitis B, CMV HTLV-1, and other sexually transmitted infections. Some travelers choose their destinations for sex tourism, and many engage in casual sex with new partners (Marrazzo, 2005). A survey of 9000 European travelers regarding their potential exposure to hepatitis B through sex or other contacts found 6.6-11.2 percent to be at high risk (with 24.4 percent vaccinated), 60.8-75.8 percent had potential risk (with 19.2 percent vaccinated), and only 33.4 percent had no identifiable risk of exposure (Zuckerman and Steffen, 2000).

David D Celentano Frangiscos Sifakis Vivian Go and Wendy Davis

The emergence of the gay pride movement in the US was a central social movement of the second half of the century - one that played a tremendously powerful role in escalating transmission rates of STI in the 1970s, and the establishment of the HIV AIDS epidemic in the 1980s. A sexual revolution among gay men in the late 1960s facilitated the rapid transmission of the AIDS virus by inspiring widespread participation in sexual risk-taking. High HIV infection rates among men who have sex with men (MSM) and a mounting death toll throughout the 1980s devastated the gay community and led, in turn, to significant cultural and behavioral changes, with initial substantive declines in STI and HIV incidence. Medical breakthroughs, including the development of highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART) in 1996, encouraged yet another shift in behavior and disease transmission rates, with therapeutic optimism making HIV seem manageable, resulting in new increases in sexual risk-taking behavior.

Physiology of the female reproductive cycle

The estrous cycle in elephants is still rather poorly understood. Overt signs of estrus in female elephants are lacking. Some early behavioral observations during 1969-1970 of captive cow elephants and attendant bulls in Sri Lanka (Ceylon) indicated an estrous cycle of 18-27 days, with an average of 22 days. Bulls showed distinct sexual interest in the cows at these intervals, and the animals mated more often during this time. Data on vaginal cytology and urinary estrogens from elephants in western zoos also pointed to an approximately 3-week estrous cycle.

Musth in the male elephant

An aspect of a bull elephant's biology known in Asian elephants since ancient times, but recognized in African elephants only recently. The adult male elephant goes through a period of intense aggression toward other males and sexual interest in estrous females, a phenomenon termed musth. A bull elephant in musth secretes a fluid from its temporal gland and may constantly dribble urine. The term musth comes from an Urdu word for intoxication. The phenomenon of musth has been well documented in Asian elephants since ancient times. In the Rig Veda (1500-1000 b.c.), the simile of a bull elephant in musth is used to describe the indomitable strength of Indra, the king of the gods. The ancient Indian epic, the Mahabharata, speaks of warriors riding into battle on elephants in musth. Perhaps the most apt description of musth is found in Nilakantha's Matangalila Excitement, swiftness, odor, love passion, complete florescence of the body, wrath, prowess, and fearlessness are declared to be...

Reproduction And Development

Each ejaculation releases 2 to 5 mL of semen, the fluid containing the sperm. Semen normally contains between 20 and 100 million sperm per milliliter. The sperm consists of a 5-p.m head containing the nucleus, a midpiece containing mitochondria, and a 55-p.m-long flagellum, or tail, which can propel the sperm at a speed of 1 to 4 mm min. The seminal vesicles and the prostate gland produce much of the liquid that makes up semen, which includes fructose to provide energy for the sperm, and alkalinity to counter the acidity of the vagina. When the male becomes sexually excited, nerves of the autonomic nervous system produce dilation of arterioles in the penis, causing blood to enter that organ faster than it can leave. This causes the erectile tissue to become engorged, causing an erection. The male then inserts the penis into the female's vagina in the act of copulation, injecting the semen by rhythmic contractions called ejaculations.

Why do Nematodes Select Narrow Microhabitats in the Host

Rohde argued that competition for food and space did not adequately explain habitat specificity, because of the many available habitats (Rohde, 1981 Rohde and Hobbs, 1986), and suggested that the reason for the restriction to narrow niches was to increase intraspecific contact and facilitate mating (Rohde, 1977, 1994). Clearly, at the low densities typical of most parasite infections, this behaviour would be adaptive, because it would ensure that the sexes got close enough for sexual attraction to occur. However, there are also some problems with this hypothesis. For example, it predicts that dioecious worms will be more restricted in their habitats than hermaphroditic worms, and this is not necessarily so (Adamson and Caira, 1994). In addition, some parasitic nematodes mate before reaching their final habitats. For example, female Dracunculus medinensis (human guinea-worm) mate with their males before they migrate to their specific habitats in the subcutaneous tissue of the leg...

Maledeterring Signals

Although some interspecific differences exist, mating in Triatomines is essentially similar across species. It is characterised by a series of behavioural steps, performed mainly by the male. Briefly, the male approaches the female and either suddenly jumps on to her or mounts her slowly. Then, the male grasps the female with its legs and attempts to copulate. The male's copulatory attempts are not always successful since female receptivity varies, being a main factor affecting success of copulation, at least in species such as T. infestans (Manrique and Lazzari, 1994) and Panstrongylus megistus (Pires et al., 2004). Nonreceptive females usually display different kinds of rejection behaviour, including stridulation (Manrique and Lazzari, 1994). Female stridulation occurs once the male has mounted and in response the male stops his attempt to copulate. The male then remains motionless, irrespective of the mating step he was performing at the time of the stridulation. Then, when the...

Experimental Studies of Condition Dependence in Insect Sexual Traits

Male crickets produce three types of acoustic sexual signal a long-range calling song to attract females at a distance, a courtship song to persuade attracted females to mate, and an aggressive song used during encounters with neighbouring males (Alexander, 1961). Wagner and Hoback (1999) investigated the condition dependence of male calling song in Gryllus lineaticeps by maintaining adults on high- or low-quality food. They measured five song parameters and found that males called more frequently and had higher chirp rates when reared on a high-quality diet compared with their brothers reared on poorer diets. Chirp and pulse duration, and dominant frequency were unaffected by treatment. Similarly, Scheuber et al. (2003a) found that the frequency of calling and chirp rate both declined as adult dietary stress increased in the congener, G. campestris. Again, other song characteristics (chirp duration, syllable number, chirp intensity and carrier frequency) were unaffected by adult...


In addition to dimorphism in the presence of wings (Chapter 2) and overall body size (discussed below), male and female cockroaches may differ in the color and shape of the body or in the size, color, and shape of specific body parts. The general shape of the male, particularly the abdomen, is often more attenuated than that of the female. Several sex-specific morphological differences suggest that the demands of finding and winning a mate are highly influential in cockroach morphological evolution. Dimorphism is most pronounced in species where males are active, aerial insects, but the females have reduced wings or are apterous. These males may have large, bulging, nearly contiguous eyes while those of the more sedentary female are flattened and farther apart, for example, several species of Laxta and Neolaxta (Mackerras, 1968b Roth, 1987a, 1992) and Colapteroblatta compsa (Roth, 1998a). Male morphology in the blattellid genera Escala and Robshelfordia is completely different from...

Social trends

The introduction of the use of oral contraceptives (aka the pill ) in the early 1960s fueled these trends and the sexual revolution (Asbell, 1995 Watkins, The Women's Liberation Movement challenged American ideology about female sexuality. A new literature emerged representing women's perspectives in sexual relationships books such as the Joy of Sex (Comfort, 1972) focused on both men's and women's roles in the quest for better lovemaking, and became best sellers. As Gillmore and colleagues described, The pressure on men to become competent lovers, for women to be orgasmic and assertive in their sexual desires changed the meaning and experience of sex for both men and women (Gillmore et al., 1999). This revised ideology was accompanied by increasingly permissive attitudes about sex (Reiss, 1960 Glenn and Weaver, 1979). The recognition of women as sexually independent actors represented a new phase in American sexuality.



Figure 11 Examples of allomones involved in chemical mimicry. (a) The bolas spider (Mastophora phyrnosoma) emits a chemical mimic of its prey's sexual pheromones. As soon as the lured male moths get into striking distance, the spider swings the sticky ball of glue which is suspended on a short thread at its prey to catch it. (b) The orchid Ophrys sphegodes lures males of the solitary bee Andrena nigroaenea by emitting semiochemicalsthat resemble the bee's sexual pheromone as well as visual cues that mimic female bees. (c) A sexually excited male of A. nigroaenea pollinates a flower of O. sphegodes during attempts to copulate with it. (a) Photograph by Kenneth F. Haynes, with permission. (b) and (c) Photograph by Manfred Ayasse, with permission. Figure 11 Examples of allomones involved in chemical mimicry. (a) The bolas spider (Mastophora phyrnosoma) emits a chemical mimic of its prey's sexual pheromones. As soon as the lured male moths get into striking distance, the spider swings the...


A complete understanding of the taxonomic distribution of acoustic communication in Neuropterida will undoubtedly shed some light on the phylogenetic relationships of the families which are currently controversial. However, as part of the dynamic mating systems of species, sexual signals usually undergo rapid evolutionary change which can quickly overwrite phylogenetic information through convergence, parallelism and reversal. Therefore, mating signals are of greater value for the light they can shed on evolutionary processes, particularly speciation. The tremulation songs of Chrysoperla reflect rapid, repeated and behaviour-based speciation processes which challenge the entrenched dogma of more gradual allopatric speciation. Future work along these lines will certainly yield new surprises.

Sexbiased parasitism

Male and female life histories are usually very different, especially in species with highly polygynous mating systems, in which females maximize fitness by living for a long time and producing many young, and males maximize fitness by mating with many reproductively active females (Bateman, 1948 Trivers, 1972). These disparate selection pressures often lead to the production of weapons and ornaments in males, as well as large body size, especially in mammals (Andersson, 1994). These traits are envisaged to be costly to produce and maintain and, in mammals, it has been shown that in species in which there is strong sexual selection (as measured by mating system and sexual size dimorphism), males appear to suffer viability costs (i.e. there is male-biased mortality). Recently, it has been suggested that one mechanism by which this viability cost might be exerted is via increased susceptibility or exposure to parasites (Moore and Wilson, 2002). Indeed, across a range of mammal species,...

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