Sex addiction is simply a new name for the old evolutionary concept—the innate urge to impregnate as many females as possible.
Birenbaum-Carmeli also points to technology that means even a near-sterile man can now be assisted to impregnate his wife.
The man may impregnate one woman and not another, and the woman will conceive by one man and not by another.
It is only necessary that one should meet the female egg in order to impregnate it.
Their function is simply to impregnate the females, and their life at this stage must necessarily be very brief.
He had sought to impregnate his colleagues with the same loftiness of principle—he had failed.
But he knows that she will impregnate him as well, give him power from her strength.
To impregnate these, a bunch of male flowers is carefully inserted and fastened in the calyx.
This leaf consists of absorbent vessels, and pulmonary ones, to obtain its nutriment, and to impregnate it with oxygene.
In his primitive home he would follow his sexual inclination, impregnate his wife and protect her against all dangers.
impregnate im·preg·nate (ĭm-prěg'nāt)
v. im·preg·nat·ed, im·preg·nat·ing, im·preg·nates
To make pregnant; to cause to conceive; inseminate.
To fertilize an ovum.
To fill throughout; saturate.