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Being pursued for sex has not been a resource problem for females in our evolution—male interest in the female body suffices. In fact, without the unusual physical strength exhibited by the chimpanzee Gigi, women have had to develope other strategies to ward off unwanted sexual pursuit. The challenge women face in controlling not only territory, but their bodies, is deeply rooted in our primate evolution. Sexuality and the control of female bodies appear to be real issues among chimpanzees. According to Jane Goodall, male chimpanzees “prefer each other’s company, except when females are in estrus.” 22 Then they will share their meat from a hunt with the estrous female, groom her, and otherwise give her attention normally granted the alpha male or immediate male allies, but this does not mean that estrous females will necessarily receive more meat than male allies. 23 This is extremely problematic for the female. Although she gets attention during estrus, she does not gain enough political power to control her sex life without harassment and interference by males competing for dominance. Thus, “an adult male who has established a possessive relationship with a female is likely to intervene aggressively if a subordinate male tries to copulate with her.” 24 According to Jane Goodall, “Almost always, unless he is crippled or very old, an adult male can coerce an unwilling female into copulating with him and he can, at least on some occasions, force her to embark on a lengthy consortship.” 25 When rejection of sexual interaction seems imminent, aggressive swaggering displays and actual beatings become options for males. In response, females may cry for help from more dominant males who may then provide “rescue” from an unwanted suitor. 26 Alliance building is as important a source of protection for females as males.
Asthma: Smother love. Inability to breathe for one’s self. Feeling stifled. Suppressed crying.