Suppose mate affects DNA.
Then DNA molecules must distinguish between swear words and ordinary ones.
Obviously, they are not capable of this.
More interesting becomes, if you look wider.
In a society where swear words are condemned by a part of society (for example, ours), people will involuntarily share on the basis of "my attitude to swear words." Couples are more likely to be included in groups on this basis. Thus, mate does not affect specific genes and DNA molecules, but the genotype as a whole.
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Perhaps you will swear at an influential person, he will not like it, and he will send you to live out your days in exile in Chernobyl. Then, perhaps, some kind of genetic change may occur. Ahaha lol what a question at all.
Seriously, how can the vibration of the air caused by the work of the vocal cords of a person affect the structure of this biopolymer? In such a case, we would have a whole bunch of mutations just after visiting a nightclub. , there's nothing to say.