I'm trying to be careful about the way I ask this as to not makes this a lewd question. I've been reading some Ayurvedic literature (for better or for worse) while reading TS Wiley and wondering, thinking about the Ayurvedic fear of regular ejaculation. Have sex or imitating sexual acts stimulates the endocrine system (in men DHT, DHA, testosterone, cortisol, luteinizing hormone, etc). Sperm is also rich in nutrients. Every time ejaculation occurs there is a loss of nutrients and an endocrine response. Over utilizing this in nature was likely not an issue do to seasonal endocrine and climate changes and the lack of super-stimulus (i.e. pornography). In a world without seasons and with super-stiumulus, people are engaging in this nutrient demanding, endocrine stimulating act with increasing regularity. What are the negative implication of this world in which a dry spell never occurs? What would be a paleo solution to the potential problems?
Addendum -- Sex on whole: healthy. But what is the J curve? When (at what frequency and to whom) do detrimental effects start to occur? Can sex exacerbate hormonal imbalances?Could too frequent of sex (or simulated sex) become a chronic stressor?