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Friday, September 16, 2016

The good news is that science has found a way to completely eliminate sexism...


The bad news is that it's by completely eliminating the biological need for women. 
Hey! Don't blame me! I'm not a scientist. I'm going to miss women when they're all gone (except for Lena Dunham) .
On the plus side, however, this will result in an end to having to hear about misogyny and 'The Patriarchy' ad infinitum.  It also solves the burqa controversy.

Interestingly, this development is coinciding with another scientific advance. Just as science is finding a way to make women redundant, it's coming up with a synthetic replacement for them with the perfection of realistic sex robots. 
Sooner or later, science solves everything:
Motherless babies created from skin cells could be on the horizon after scientists discovered a method of creating offspring without the need for a female egg.

The landmark experiment on mice by the University of Bath rewrites 200 years of biology teaching and could pave the way for a baby to be born from the DNA of two men.

It was always thought that only a female egg could prompt the changes in a sperm required to make a baby, because an egg forms from a special kind of cell division in which just half the number of chromosomes are carried over.

Sperm cells form in the same way, so that when a sperm and egg meet they form a full genetic quota, with half of the DNA coming from the mother and half from the father.

Scientists have shown embryos could be created from cells that carry all their chromosomes, which means that, in theory, any cell in the human body could be fertilized by a sperm...

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