PART I – 40 Signals That A Woman Is Sexually Fertile – How High Fertility Around Ovulation Affects Nonverbal Behaviour
Christopher Philip

“Hidden” Ovulation Primer

As it turns out, the addition of artificial hormones smoothes out the ‘bumps-in-the-road’ to sexual receptivity.  This flattens out sexual receptivity producing no noticeable dips or peaks – and no variation in sexual interest.

As it turns out, the addition of artificial hormones smooths out the ‘bumps-in-the-road’ to sexual receptivity. This flattens out sexual receptivity producing no noticeable dips or peaks – and no variation in sexual interest.

Sex by no means guarantees pregnancy. In fact, only 3% of the time sexual intercourse leads to pregnancy. Many factors contribute to this low probability, however, there is nothing more important than timing.

New research is shedding light on the importance of ovulation and female behaviour. For years, it was argued that ovulation was “hidden” or at best “concealed”, because women, unlike animals, do not covertly advertise ovulation. However, upon closer inspection, it has been found that many signals are significantly correlated to ovulation.

Women who are ovulating show a greater desire for sex at around ovulation. Additionally, and contrary to common belief, there is a noticeable difference between women in their non-reproductive phases of their cycle, versus those in their peak fertility, as we will see.

Understanding the differences can be particularly beneficial for couples trying to successfully conceive, but also for men seeking particularly willing sexual partners. As we will see, peak fertility in women bolsters sexual desire.

Women may also benefit from knowing when they are ovulating to prevent pregnancy, for one, but also to learn the cues that women perform to make themselves more attractive to desirable men. As we will discuss, this signals happen naturally, but only if women are cycling naturally – without hormonal contraceptives – thus for some, these traits must be done consciously so as to appeal to men they wish to attract.

As a general rule, peak fertility occurs around the center of the menstrual cycle – at around day 15 on a 30 day cycle. Some variation does occur as cycles vary in length between individuals. During menses and for the week following, as well as the week nearing menstruation, are considered low fertility, whereas the peak window of fertility generally surrounds the mid-point of the cycle.

A caution is in order, as these cues are signals only and can not be reliably used to prevent or predict ovulation accurately so should not be used in the absence of other contraceptives to avoid pregnancy.

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How Hormonal Contraceptive Muck Up Sexual Signals

Artificial hormones from oral contraceptives trick women into believing they are always pregnant thus eliminating feelings of lust and behaviours that indicate a desire for passion.

Artificial hormones from oral contraceptives trick women into believing they are always pregnant thus eliminating feelings of lust and behaviours that indicate a desire for passion.

Interestingly, the rules of fertility and the symptoms that indicate it are absent in women taking hormonal contraceptives. When women take oral contraceptives, the artificial hormones trick her body into a state it believes is perpetually pregnant. She will tend to still be relatively attracted to her mate, but she won’t lust for him in the same way she would if she was undergoing a natural cycle. As it turns out, the addition of artificial hormones smooths out the ‘bumps-in-the-road’ to sexual receptivity. This flattens out sexual receptivity producing no noticeable dips or peaks – and no variation in sexual interest.

This may seem to be a blessing provided to users of “the pill”, but instead it erases the nonverbal and behavioural channels that make sexuality dynamic. Since women are fooled into thinking they are pregnant, they tend to prefer men who care more for them rather then men who promote sexual energy. A pregnant woman is more concerned about caring and providing for her “new baby “so figures she needs to find men who are stable providers – not heroic sculptures of masculinity. Therefore, pill-using women are likely to be drawn more to men with more feminized characteristics rather than the more masculine features she prefers around natural ovulation.

This may seem to be a benefit to men who possess feminine characteristics, however, that ignores vital logic. Women who are already pregnant aren’t looking to get pregnant and are therefore not interested in passionate sex or even much sex at all. Women, in theory, use sex during pregnancy to keep a man interested at a basal level – so he won’t stray and will continue to provide for her and her yet to be born offspring.

Compare this to women who aren’t pregnant and who are ovulating naturally (based on the list below) and you will see exactly what sort of sexual messaging and behaviour is absent.

One might be left wondering – if women don’t want sex and prefer feminine men, then won’t women be just as content being with men they don’t care to lust for?

Perhaps, but no consideration was done to the effect this has on men and the shared passion between the couple. The man is left wanting – his testosterone correlates directly to his drive, so he desires sex more or less consistently. Couple this with a women’s desires for sexual excitement and her general purpose for being with a man at all and the entire affair begins to form cracks. I content that the reason that couples pair male and female is universally and ultimately driven by sex. Yes, provision, stability, companionship and raising children, are necessary, but these are easily covered by state programs such as child support, alimony, and a safe and stable environment. In other words, absent of sexual chemistry, she’s just as good without him, as with him.

As it turns out there really is only one kind of sex in a relationship, and that is passionate sex with a woman who finds male characteristics sexy. A woman who finds feminized men attractive, isn’t with him because she’s interested in passion with him – rather it’s for other reasons, usually provisional (resource based) in nature. This can be the basis for a relationship, but it rarely lasts the test of time because as mentioned previously men and women still desire sexual excitement.

My contention, based on the research, is that sexual passion only comes from a woman’s drive to have babies with masculine men. I believe that it is hormonally driven and not something that can be consciously controlled. Therefore, cues of fertility are out of the direct awareness of women and men, but it is vital for a normal functioning relationship. It is the glue that binds men and women together in the long run.

I believe that the closer a couple is to a historically natural state of bouts of pregnancy, dotted with actively trying to conceive are the norm by which we have evolved and thus the more likely we are to be content. Therefore, I believe that the sexual energy is a requirement to a long-term relationship and the best way to achieve it is through a normal cycle.

My quick advice for men who have found the passion lacking in a long term relationship is to have your partner kick her pill (if she uses them) and work on traits to become more masculine. By reading the cues, you will see why.

There are a couple ways to do so including the copper IUD (intrauterine device) and condoms. Other methods exist with varying rates of success.

CONTINUE WITH PART II PART II: 40 Signals That A Woman Is Sexually Fertile – How High Fertility Around Ovulation Affects Nonverbal Behaviour

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