RedTracker| Today’s London Times responds to news that British scientists have created synthetic sperm from sperm cells. Scientists reaffirm the fact that these sperm won’t be used for fertility treatments, although the handwriting may well be ‘on the wall’ in terms of the evolution of humanity and the future of gender relations.
Just last week, a man told me that the only thing he’s still good for is supplying sperm. Today he will be reading 101 uses for a man.
Realistically, the existing change in gender roles and now this evolutionary breakthrough in the sperm-creation dish projects a future reorientation, not only in the creation of life, but in gender relations.
Surely, synthetic eggs are close behind. A