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63-year-old woman ‘impregnated’ in the mouth by squid
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In a strange but true story from the Far East, a year-old woman was 'impregnated' in the mouth after eating cooked calamari squid. According to the National Center for Biotechnology Information in Bethesda, Maryland, the unidentified woman complained of a sharp pain in her mouth after eating a piece of fully cooked squid. The woman from South Korea took the remainder of her calamari meal to a local hospital where doctors found 12 "bug-like organisms" stuck to the mucosa skin lining the woman's mouth. After examining the woman, doctors found "baby cephalopods" and the "presence of the sperm bag" attached to the inside of her mouth.
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The first evidence that women can influence the sex of their child by what they eat before they become pregnant is published today. Truth in old wives' tales on baby gender. The study, which links higher energy intake around conception to the birth of sons, provides the first explanation of why the number of boy babies is in decline in the west, suggesting it is the result of women consuming low fat foods and skipping breakfast, among other things. The research shows a higher calorie intake around the time of conception can shift the odds of having a son from ten to 11 boys in every 20 births. The effect was such that the more women ate, the more likely she was to have a boy.
Emma Kaywin, a Brooklyn-based sexual health writer and activist, is here to calm your nerves and answer your questions. No gender, sexual orientation, or question is off limits, and all questions will remain anonymous. Please send your questions to tips bustle. Sounds like pseudoscience trying to get girls not to use protection.