Puberty triggered as a survival instinct

According to new research which has been held in Australia, children who have been brought up in lower social economical classes are entering their puberty at a faster pace. Apparently, this is due to human nature. The researchers claim that puberty hits as a sort of survival instinct.

When we talked to Lisa Moore, an Australian girl of 12 years old who participated in the research, she said: “Now I finally understand why I got so hairy at the age of 10. It helped me repulse many boys from my class. It allowed me to survive many times when I got hit on.”

She also told us: “The earlier menstruations were also really great. It reminded me that I am truly alive.”

An anonymous boy who was also a participant claims: “If my voice would not have gotten deeper at the age of 12, I would have never been able to get my hands on alcohol. The early puberty allowed me to drink away my sorrows.”

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Originally published at on May 25, 2017.

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