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Part 1: Science

Women carry living DNA & cells of all old partners

Women absorb and carry living DNA and cells from every male they have unprotected intercouse with.

In humans (and perhaps in all Placentals) the most common form is fetomaternal microchimerism (also known as fetal cell microchimerism or fetal chimerism) whereby cells from a fetus pass through the placenta and establish cell lineages within the mother. Fetal cells have been documented to persist and multiply in the mother for several decades. ... This offers a potential explanation for why many autoimmune diseases are more prevalent in middle-aged women.
For instance if a woman has a baby with another man, even if it does not go to full term (e.g. miscarriage or abortion), then some of that genetic material will carry into her future children.
It was long known on that when a fetus grows in a woman, even if not to full term some of that genetic material remains inside the womb . This leads to auto-immune conditions. It also will mean any future children she has will carry some of their DNA.

Researchers also found that any man she has unprotected sex with also will permanent store their DNA with hers.

Researchers have found DNA belonging to men (detected by the presence of Y chromosomes) in women. They could find these by taking blood samples from various body parts and brain tissue. Male DNA can exist inside cells in women's bodies for decades. This effect was given the name microchimerism. The most studied cause of microchimerism is that originating from the male fetus into their pregnant mothers. However, women who have never been pregnant also had male DNA in their cells and it has been concluded that this was also through sexual intercourse. Semen contains lymphocytes and other cells of the male which can pass into the bloodstream and continue to persist inside organs of women.

http://jenapincott.com/do-you-carry-...former-lovers/
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16084184

Male microchimerism was not infrequent in women without sons. Besides known pregnancies, other possible sources of male microchimerism include unrecognized spontaneous abortion, vanished male twin, an older brother transferred by the maternal circulation, or sexual intercourse. Male microchimerism was significantly more frequent and levels were higher in women with induced abortion than in women with other pregnancy histories. Further studies are needed to determine specific origins of male microchimerism in women.
http://www.plosone.org/article/info%...l.pone.0045592

In this study, we provide the first description of male Mc in female human brain and specific brain regions. Collectively with data showing the presence of male DNA in the cerebrospinal fluid, our results indicate that fetal DNA and likely cells can cross the human blood-brain barrier (BBB) and reside in the brain. Changes in BBB permeability occur during pregnancy and may therefore provide a unique opportunity for the establishment of Mc in the brain. Also unique to our study are the findings that male Mc in the human female brain is relatively frequent (positive in 63% of subjects) and distributed in multiple brain regions, and is potentially persistent across the human lifespan (the oldest female in whom male DNA was detected in the brain was 94 years).
http://press.endocrine.org/doi/full/...jcem.87.7.8656
Many of patients with male cell-positive thyroids had no history of earlier male pregnancies at the time of surgery. This did not necessarily exclude the possibility of undetected first trimester pregnancies, because it has been demonstrated that fetal microchimerism can be established in the first month of pregnancy. In addition, the possibility of fetal microchimerism due to sexual intercourse as a result of lymphocytes in semen should be considered.
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There's this wonderful invention called a comdom...
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Think you meant sexist reasoning for why you want a virgin wife.
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There's this wonderful invention called a comdom...
Oh and does this magical invention (which from the amateur porn viewings I've looked at scientifically, doesn't seem to be used much) offer 100 percent protection does it?
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I think virgins should marry virgins. So no judgement if you will be her virgin husband. Otherwise, I don't think you'll be marrying her for the right reasons. It's so easy to lie about it nowadays. You'll be sorely disappointed.
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(Original post by Emil Cioran)
Oh and does this magical invention (which from the amateur porn viewings I've looked at scientifically, doesn't seem to be used much) offer 100 percent protection does it?
Man, all that long, hard research you must have been doing...

1) Porn =/= real life
2) If a drug "only" had a 99.998% chance of saving your life, I'm sure you wouldn't complain.
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I want. Never gets.
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Man, all that long, hard research you must have been doing...

1) Porn =/= real life
2) If a drug "only" had a 99.998% chance of saving your life, I'm sure you wouldn't complain.
This isn't life or death. Looking at the abortion rates that are in the millions upon millions for instance, it doesn't seem women are using that much protection at all.
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I think virgins should marry virgins. So no judgement if you will be her virgin husband. Otherwise, I don't think you'll be marrying her for the right reasons. It's so easy to lie about it nowadays. You'll be sorely disappointed.
No, women carry on the DNA of other men if they're not virgins so if you're a man your kid won't be half yours and half hers genetically, thus unfair.

Men don't pass on other women's DNA to women they impregnate so this makes no sense.
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Women who have pre-marital sex are just eww.
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No, women carry on the DNA of other men if they're not virgins so if you're a man your kid won't be half yours and half hers genetically, thus unfair.

Men don't pass on other women's DNA to women they impregnate so this makes no sense.
In your case, having as much DNA from a 3rd party will give the kid the best possible chance.
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(Original post by Emil Cioran)
For instance if a woman has a baby with another man, even if it does not go to full term (e.g. miscarriage or abortion), then some of that genetic material will carry into her future children.
No. That is incorrect.

She simply has the a few cells with her Ex-Partner's DNA. Those cells are not passed on. None of your sources even state that. You are just making it up.
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Women who have pre-marital sex are just eww.
and men aren't?
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and men aren't?
They are aswell.
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They are aswell.
and why do you care if a person has had pre-marital sex?
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There's this wonderful invention called a comdom...
I'm not defending the OP here but if someone has been in a long term relationship with someone it is likely they had sex without wearing a condom and bodily fluids will have been shared.

Just saying.
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(Original post by Emil Cioran)
Part 2: Statistics

If you arent really a virgin yourself then you really dont have the right to demand a virgin wife.
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and why do you care if a person has had pre-marital sex?
Where did I claim to care son?
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Well good luck to you sir! Get back to us in a few years when you've managed to bag this 'virgin wife' or yours with that fabulous attitude you have!
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