On August 24, 2012 Professor Greg Hampikian of Boise State U wrote an article for the New York Times entitled MEN WHO NEEDS THEM, suggesting that the male of the hmna species has 'become less relevant to both reproduction and parenting. Women aren’t just becoming men’s equals. It’s increasingly clear that “mankind” itself is a gross misnomer: an uninterrupted, intimate and essential maternal connection defines our species.'
Scientifically women can reproduce without men and data supports the positivity of this approach to childbearing and good professor writes the following;
"Think about your own history. Your life as an egg actually started in your mother’s developing ovary, before she was born; you were wrapped in your mother’s fetal body as it developed within your grandmother.
After the two of you left Grandma’s womb, you enjoyed the protection of your mother’s prepubescent ovary. Then, sometime between 12 and 50 years after the two of you left your grandmother, you burst forth and were sucked by her fimbriae into the fallopian tube. You glided along the oviduct, surviving happily on the stored nutrients and genetic messages that Mom packed for you.
Then, at some point, your father spent a few minutes close by, but then left. A little while later, you encountered some very odd tiny cells that he had shed. They did not merge with you, or give you any cell membranes or nutrients — just an infinitesimally small packet of DNA, less than one-millionth of your mass.
Over the next nine months, you stole minerals from your mother’s bones and oxygen from her blood, and you received all your nutrition, energy and immune protection from her. By the time you were born your mother had contributed six to eight pounds of your weight. Then as a parting gift, she swathed you in billions of bacteria from her birth canal and groin that continue to protect your skin, digestive system and general health. In contrast, your father’s 3.3 picograms of DNA comes out to less than one pound of male contribution since the beginning of Homo sapiens 107 billion babies ago."
His harsh representation of the traditional birth process suggests that males are a cul-de-sac in the evolutionary path of mankind and that the race under the aegis of a purely female regime will free this world from the evils of our reign.
The professor, who also runs the DNA Innocence Project, ended the article with an anecdote.
"When I explained this to a female colleague and asked her if she thought that there was yet anything irreplaceable about men, she answered, “They’re entertaining.”
Sorry, good people, but we men offer more than than a pony show, for life actually begins with the constant flow of semen, for the sperm is the egg and the ovaries are the chicken in the beauty of life. Men spent a lifetime protecting their balls from harm, but women prefer to refute the origins of life.
Our balls and men, don't let anyone tell you different.