An Erotic Phenotype

Non-Fiction - Religion/Philosophy
344 Pages
Reviewed on 05/31/2022
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Reviewed by Keith Mbuya for Readers' Favorite

Learning about human anatomy has left us rather amazed than surprised by how complex, specialized, and coordinated the parts are for their various functions. One of the most interesting and important parts of the human anatomy is the reproductive system in both male and female beings. This is especially true for the female reproductive system, which in many ways may be deemed as underexploited scientifically for purposes of knowledge. What do you know about orgasms and generally reproduction when it comes to females? How do these affect or influence females in their relationships? Find out about all this and more in Sherman P Bastarache’s An Erotic Phenotype.

If you are looking for a detailed, deeply insightful read about the female reproductive system, Sherman P Bastarache’s An Erotic Phenotype is a must-read for you. Bastarache exhibits his knowledge and understanding of the subject of the female reproductive system with the use of his unique style of writing. He captures his ideas in an intensive yet perceivable way, using an appropriate and sophisticated choice of words. Bastarache approaches his ideas open-mindedly, dismissing or affirming both the new and existing knowledge on the subject. He exhaustively discusses his ideas, backing them with statistical and scientific data he also uses for elaboration. He graces his discourse with occasional quotes, which were very relevant and educative. I learned a lot and I am more than pleased that I chose to read Sherman P Bastarache’s An Erotic Phenotype.

Vincent Dublado

Beginning with a somewhat interesting take on female orgasm, An Erotic Phenotype by Sherman P. Bastarache quickly establishes the idea that it is a scientific discourse about the sexual differences between men and women. Sex is, undoubtedly, a biological imperative and nature has designed it to feel good to ensure that we engage in it for the continuation of our species. The author makes a well-reasoned presentation by examining both the male and female anatomies from the perspective of natural selection, writing from a neutral position. From his exploration of the female orgasm, he moves on to a discussion of understanding what feelings mean by attempting to answer what it is like to feel, experience emotion, and exist as a being. He defines pansexuality as sexual interaction with all sexes rather than sexual attraction to all sexes. He asserts that it is important to first establish sexual knowledge.

Sherman P. Bastarache provides citations and references for further reading. His explanations of the biological differences between the sexes when it comes to procreation focus on the scientific view. Bastarache cites sexologists when he meticulously explains the nature of orgasm and ejaculation and how the latter is necessary for the reproductive success of every species. He supports his arguments with research from reputable sources that lend credibility to them, and this is also how he sustains his fascinating explanation about how females achieve arousal. Bastarache dissects the brain and the part it plays in the mind and body connection. His notions in An Erotic Phenotype are sure to spark discussion, especially among those who seek answers to the marvels of the human anatomy as a complex product of natural engineering.

Foluso Falaye

Though it's a subject that gets a lot of bad publicity, almost everyone is alive today because two people, at one point, engaged in a sexual act. In An Erotic Phenotype, Sherman P. Bastarache looks into this important part of what keeps the human world going by examining several new discoveries about sex, humanity, and reality across different ages. Why does the penis require the power of orgasm, but not the clitoris? What contribution to reproductive success does female orgasm make? How can electrochemical impulses cause an intense desire to consume something visually stimulating, which we call beauty? These questions and more are analyzed throughout the book, along with different subjects as diverse as humans and sexuality, quantum mechanics, consciousness, pansexuality, beauty, discrimination, forced sex, and more.

My mind was blown! An Erotic Phenotype contains some highly intelligent, interesting, and elaborate insights about sex and humans. The valuable references and book recommendations are perfect for readers who wish to read more about the various ideas discussed in the book. Since it's a book that engages your mind and reasoning faculties, prepare to question what you know and discover several new ideas about sex and related phenomena. I recommend this book to all adults as it is a profound and essential source of information about sex and several other relevant subjects. I never thought a book about sex would contain messages directed toward making the world a better and more tolerant place, but this gave me a pleasant surprise. A great job, Sherman P. Bastarache!