Sunday, February 03, 2008

Sorry, Charlie

Men no longer required.

Lesbians may be able to produce their own children someday without male assistance. How do you feel about that, guys?

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

That takes the pressure off.

West coast Teddi said...

no worries, we are only here for a good time. no responsibility either eh? can spend on new sports car rather than chic-mobile.

oh what the heck ... I like my kids and THEY shall be there for US in OUR old age. yup me and the little woman.

Joanne (True Blue) said...

No worries, Teddy. There will always be some women around who appreciate men. ;)

Kingston said...

But, But, But,,, If I am not there how will they get half my pension,,LOL..Kidding everyone,,

maryT said...

So who will these women go after for child support after they break up if there is no male donar.

Möbius said...

Women already reproduce with male "assistance", but without male responsibility.

Whenever I hear about single mothers having a hard time, I wonder about how the father died.

Anonymous said...

Why is this a threat?

liberal supporter said...

So who will these women go after for child support after they break up if there is no male donar.
You can't go after a male donor now, as far as I know. Unless of course the donation was not anonymous, but was done "up close and personal".


How do you feel about that, guys?
Probably the same as women feel.

The article also points out combining two men's dna to make a fertilized egg. They men would need to hire a "brood mare", and I suppose you could call that female assistance. But by the time the technology actually works, such things as womb machines would be commonplace.

Note that womb machines should mean the fertilized egg growing in it would become a creature of the State from day 1 and therefore be protected from abortion. No pesky mother with her own rights to consider.

Joanne (True Blue) said...

You can't go after a male donor now, as far as I know. Unless of course the donation was not anonymous, but was done "up close and personal".

It seems to me I've heard of cases where the donor was held liable for support.

If I come across any I'll post them here.

Joanne (True Blue) said...

Oh, I guess it was in Britain.