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Childbirth vs Getting Kicked in the Testicles
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-Paul- wrote:

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Actually, I believe that breaking your femur is the greatest pain a human can experience.


minatothegreatjiraiya wrote:

Childbirth, in my opinion. To settle this once and for all, wasn't there a man who got pregnant and got famous from it? Ask him, I say.


I'm familiar with that story. It was a woman who was undergoing the process to "becoming" a man. At the time of the pregnancy, she was physically a woman, she just looked like a man.

Also, if you believe this debate to be winnable, I would have to disagree with you.
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I took one look at the title of this topic and what I thought was "OMFG OOOOOOOOWWWWWWWWW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"
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To compare these two, someone must go through both lol
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Think of it this way. Has a man ever asked to be kicked in the testicals?
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What about hermaphroditism? Some have been documented to be able to fertilize; if one who became impregnated gave birth, then were to get kicked in the testicles, they should be able to tell us. Even if there is no reported cases of two fully-functional sexual organs in humans, i'm sure the pain would still be there.
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How is this even up for a debate?

*sees the one asking the question is a male*

Oh ok whatever makes you feel better man.
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eegah87 wrote:

How is this even up for a debate?

*sees the one asking the question is a male*

Oh ok whatever makes you feel better man.


hey, ouch now that hurt.. very PAINful
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I'm siding with the ladies on this one. I've been kicked in the gonads pretty hard and I've been able to laugh it off. I've never heard of a lady giving birth laughing it off.
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There are guys who get an adrenaline rush or even sexually aroused by a kick in the nuts. I know of no woman who hasn't been entirely pissed off (without drugs) during childbirth. A tap to the boys hurts, but try squeezing a softball out of your dick.
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JaxemsR wrote:

I'm siding with the ladies on this one. I've been kicked in the gonads pretty hard and I've been able to laugh it off. I've never heard of a lady giving birth laughing it off.


You laughed it of?? Ummm yea...remember the part of the the video where he showed three stick figures with a different reaction to the same pain? You are the one that said "meh" (high threshold for pain), or balls of steel, maybe you liked it? just saying.
The guy in the video also said that depending on your life experiences one might even enjoy that pain after being kicked there.
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Who says that they have to agree to get kicked in the balls?
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That's what leads me to think that it's not the contraction that is the source of intolerable pain during pregnancy, but it's because of problems associated with the baby itself.


I have really bad and sometimes extremely painful cramps during my period. This is not caused by my body trying to pass something through it that is larger than it can handle since it is only liquid and some tissue that comes out. These painful cramps are caused by contractions. The same contractions that are present in labor that help to push the baby out, only those contractions are much, much worse in pain factor. Therefore this pain is actually caused by a woman's body pushing around the baby to push it out of them and the way that it stretches, not necessarily by the baby itself.
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IF THERE ARE ANY HERMAPHRODITES READING THIS THREAD, PLEASE SPEEK UP NOW!
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eegah87 wrote:

How is this even up for a debate?

*sees the one asking the question is a male*

Oh ok whatever makes you feel better man.


If you saw the video provided and read a few articles, I don't think you'd be saying that.


dark_paradox_21 wrote:

There are guys who get an adrenaline rush or even sexually aroused by a kick in the nuts. I know of no woman who hasn't been entirely pissed off (without drugs) during childbirth. A tap to the boys hurts, but try squeezing a softball out of your dick.


Some women, though very few, have reported actually having orgasms during delivery. Not like, "oh... well that was nice I guess." but more like, "If I died right now I'd have no regrets! Yes! Yes! Yes!" kind of orgasm.

Also, can we stop with the "passing stuff through your penis" comments. A penis isn't made to deliver children.
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Yay for your sister. Okay, so you'd like duration of pain to not be a factor, but considering each contraction period lasts for five minutes, and (from what I have heard) the pain of getting kicked in the nuts lasts for five minutes, then comparing the pain of getting kicked in the nuts to the pain of one contraction, and determining whether the accumulated pain of one contraction is greater than the severe pain of getting kicked in the nuts once.Or rather, is the pain of labor comparable to getting kicked in the nuts 96 times in a day? This is problematic, because the pain of each contraction is variable and dependant upon which stage of labor the mother is in. But let's do a little theoretical quantification.
K = pain of kicked in the nuts C = pain of contraction
1 hr = 5 min x 12
time K = 5 min time C = 5 min C/hr = 12
average hours spent in labor (conservative) = 8 8*12=96 average cumulative pain of labor = 96C
so:
does K=C, or rather 96K=96C,meaning that getting kicked in the nuts 96 times is the pain equivalent of giving birth to one child?
or:
does K=96C, meaning that one kick in the nuts is the pain equivalent of giving birth to one child?
Remember that values are averaged across N, so case studies (like your sister) are insignificant. As in, your sister is 1/7,000,000,000 so she doesn't count in this math.
If you really don't want duration of pain, or the total pain experienced during the duration of the pain experience, to be considered, then you'll have to come up with an equation that compares the pain of K at any given time to the pain of C at any given time, and that requires some serious calculus. I suggest that we get Mipegg to help with that, what with him being a theoretical physicist and all that.

GayAsianBoy wrote:
The human body has a pain threshold, once the limit is reached, it will become unconscious. That's why in a serious car accident, you don't see the patients awake.

Either admit that you were lazy and reevaluate your statements, or give it up. People don't pass out due to pain; they pass out due to shock and subsequent low blood pressure. Yes, shock can be triggered by extreme pain, but it can also be triggered by any other extreme emotional response, so your argument is invalid and has no bearing whatsoever on the comparison of pain experienced after getting kicked in the nuts vs the pain experienced during childbirth.

I've read your other posts for six or seven months now. You can do better than this.

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