If he or his audience knew biology, they'd know that chordata (our phylum) and arthropoda (lobsters' phylum) diverged over a billion years ago.
Anyone see any problems w taking life lessons from a dude who can't get basic shit like that straight?
-Have sex A LOT
-With pretty much everyone except close relatives. Male, female, doesn't matter. They're pansexual.
-But only reproduce every 5-6 years.
-Have female orgasms on the reg
-Bonobo troops are run by female coalitions, solidified by lady-on-lady sex
-Male bonobos get their social status from their moms.
Unlike philosophers who waste their time butchering lobster neurochemistry, biologists know you can tell a lot about critters by looking at their junk.
If we want to take lessons from nature, here's one: humans are NOT evolved to be monogamous.
(No? is that just a biologist thing?)
It ain't just built for putting sperm in. It's also built for plungering other dudes' sperm out.
The female orgasm is a bit of a rare beast in the animal kingdom. This tells you that in the species that have it, it's probably important.
That's what being female is like.
How might this affect your interest in doing sex with someone?
If so, there's some insight into one of the functions female orgasms may have served. You know, back in the days of natural living before "you must marry a man in order to eat" became a thing.
& the ones who can't be arsed to put in 20 min of chores or parenting.
Ability to deliver orgasms is a fairly decent predictor of partner potential.
THESE SPECIES DON'T HAVE FEMALE ORGASMS.
In that time period, paternal contribution was all about wealth.
the father's personal wealth stash is not the sole/main predictor of child & maternal health & survival.
That comes up early enough in the relationship to ditch him before he gets you pregnant? Oh right. The ability to meet female desire.
The way to do that is look at species close to our own, or- gasp- our own species!
Then you draw conclusions from that, *casting aside preconceived notions that may be received from one's culture for reasons unrelated to biology.*
"If a man truly cannot convince any women to fuck him, there's a reason, and the women's judgment is valid."
That's called pseudoscience.