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Could humans eventually lose sexual lust and relationships?

November 4th, 2011, 11:45 pm

So in a complex technologically advanced civilization where the individual no longer needs relationships to reach great well-being, could enough random mutations cause the desire for relationships as well as sexual lust? Even if they still desire others and this was apart of reaching great well-being it would come down to how they reproduced.

This is to say though that enough of the population reproduced without another person present to result in a significant portion of people with the mutations. I could see how many people might even prefer this so that they could cherry-pick desirable genes. This ambition for perfect genes mixing with contraception perhaps could make it more realistic.

Do you think its a possibility?

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