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"Her accusation is justified"

 
 
Reply Sun 2 Jun, 2019 05:43 pm
The below is a practice of English writing. Would you like to offer your opinion on how to improve its English? Making it sounds like being told by a native English seapker is my goal of this thread.

A boy, 29, complains in a Chinese medical forum that his girlfriend accuses him of being sexually apathic:"I make love with her once a month, yet she still accuses me of sexual apathy."

I comment:"Her accusation of your sexual apathy is justified. See data below. From medical view, once a month making love is too few to make you healthy"

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A 2016 study found the risk of prostate cancer decreased by about 20 percent in men who ejaculated at least 21 times a month. A 2003 study also discovered a similar link between frequent ejaculation and lower prostate cancer risk.
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Reply Sun 2 Jun, 2019 08:42 pm
@oristarA,
How do we know he doesn't masturbate as well?

Honestly? Regardless of the proper English, this is really out of lines to tell anyone that the frequency in which they want a sexual partner is some arbitrary wrong number.
Anyway, this is 2019. How did they ascertain in 3 years that men who ejaculated X times have X % less of prostate cancer? Sound like a bogus study.

But anyway....here is how I would more write it.....

A man (not boy) complained in a Chinise medical forum that his girlfried accused him of being uninterested in sex with her. He stated "I make love with her once a month, yet she still says I show little interest."

Honestly I don't know how I would write that last part, as the object in having sex is not to keep score of how many times a month to ensure
how much would "make you healthy" A worked out prostate does not automatically equal good health all around.


Sounds like both of them need to look for partners they are more sexually compatible with.
oristarA
 
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Reply Tue 4 Jun, 2019 12:47 am
@chai2,
Reading the papers may reveal the details of how they handled the data.

Thank you.
chai2
 
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Reply Tue 4 Jun, 2019 08:32 am
@oristarA,
My points are:

A. Maybe he masturbates 21 times a month. W0uldn't that satisfy the criteria? What does having a sex partner at all have to do with it?
B. Are men supposed to ejaculate X amount of month just to satisfy some criteria about their prostate health?
C. (and most important) NO ONE is justified in telling another how often they should be having sex with another person.

In my opinion, you should look for a different subject to write about.

Edit: yeah I found the information online, first hit, on Readers Digest. Not particularly a cutting edge publication.

In part:

participants who reported ejaculating at least 21 times per month during their 20s were 19 percent less likely to develop prostate cancer than those who ejaculated seven times per month or less. If you’re in your 40s, there’s even better news: frequent ejaculation reduces your prostate cancer risk by 22 percent.


Good Lord. So when a guy hits his 50's, he's finally allowed to stop ejaculating most days? That's gotta be a relief to most of them.
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