Perhaps the most obvious cause isstrong mate choice, so if a mechanism of female-preference evolution isespecially effective in a population, we might expect a strong covariancebetween an ornament and male mating success. In addition, mating differentialscan be caused by a high “environmental potential for polygamy,” which in turncould be affected by the spatial distribution of resources or temporalsynchrony of female receptivity.Another factor, which has been somewhat neglected, concerns mate-searchingalgorithms. Environmental constraints, such as predation, may affect how matesfind one another. If mate searching is efficient, very strong matingdifferentials may result, whereas constrained searching may impose limitations.
In addition, the operational sex ratio is almostcertainly important, because as more individuals are excluded fromreproduction, the magnitude of the mating differential will change. Finally,there may be numerous other ecological factors, such as population density and others that have yet to be appreciated, thataffect mating differentials. “For me ma’am if we sex to another person and itsour first to having sex we can learned Because of we experience how to handle thesituation like that and obviously its relax you because of what we feel afterand actual mating (doing sex).” “And for evolved, we experience already to havesex to opposite sex and we know how to handle or how to sex. I think for myopinion and to my experience I know where is the blind spot of the girl how tomanage the word climax and how to muscle control for the safety to me and toher. And how to foreplay.
” “So for me I can see the difference of learned andevolved. I learned the first stage to have a sex to a girl. And I evolvedmyself because I learned to my past experience.” “Like example you can’t evolved if you don’t havean XP (Experience) and you will get that XP to learning. So which means youlearned first before you evolved.”