Professor Earl Yarington on The John Sydney McNair Show

We talk child sexual abuse, child attraction, etc. Adults only. Sign-in needed.

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I have a PhD in literature and criticism and have taught literature, technical, and research writing for over 16 years. I am also a graduate student in social work in my final year. My focus area is with men that suffered past abuse, sex offending against children and with paraphilia. I will also complete my sex therapist certification by next year as well.

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    1. Have you read this paper about female attractiveness and reproductive value? I think it might have been inspired by that MAPBiology site.

      https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S1090513819300418

      Basically the idea is that a small waist and a low BMI (which men find highly attractive) are signs of youth and nulliparity. The authors analysed bodily measurements by age and found that the 15-19 age group scored the highest for these features. Now what I don’t like about this study is that it analysed the ages in groups of 5 years instead of year by year. The 10-14 age group scored higher than 20-24 so the absolute peak could be anywhere between 12.5 and 17.5, maybe 14. This would match up with the age of peak female facial attractiveness and the kind of age girls were typically married off in ancestral times.

      This is the graph I mean:

      And this is what it may look like if they analysed the data year by year:

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    1. I wanted to say that I think men’s fascination with young girls is not so much about protecting them but rather that they would have been potential wives in ancestral times. Taking on a girl as a wife would have involved protecting her but the primary goal is simply pursuing and taking possession of her. Finding young girls attractive and enchanting is the way evolution has engineered men to be motivated to do this.

      As you already know, child brides are common in primitive societies that resemble our ancestral way of living. When Chagnon lived with the Yanomamo he saw that the females men were most interested in claiming for themselves where the young girls who haven’t had a baby yet. He found it was common for men to court girls down to the age of about 7. It makes sense for men to commit themselves to young girls before they reach reproductive age since they all their reproductive years ahead of them. This is what the science says but it’s far too taboo for most academics.

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