University of Sheffield researchers found that mealworm bettles who refrain from sex have longer lifespans than those who continually mate. The reason: Sex weakens the immune system.
In fact, during copulation the immune system is compromised. That's why sexually transmitted diseases spread so rapidly. Scientists posit that the findings about the mealworm bettles can be applied to humans. Here is the coverage in the Daily Mail.
The implications from this research are huge.
For example, the Roman Catholic Church could have a surge of applicants wanting to become nuns. That would be worldwide. The cool identity could be nun, not fashion designer or White House journalist.
That influx of earnest women can restore the church to the powerful global brandname it had been. The institution hasn't bounced back to what it had been in membership and influence since The Boston Globe broke the story of priest sexual abuse of children.
Also, venture capitalist and early Donald Trump supporter, Peter Thiel, can pilot a research study on the correlation of a sex-free life and long lifespans. He is already focused on trying to increase longevity.
In addition, a whole new industry can develop to accommodate no-sex lifestyles. Its ethos would be the antithesis of the Playboy culture.
And, of course, the challenge of too many people on planet earth would be solved. The overall quality of life would be enhanced.
The slogan for the no-sex initiative should be: Let's make human life great again.
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