I predict within the next 30 years a man will be pregnant and able to have a baby. Obviously due to some fancy surgeries and all. Agree?
- JoeLv 52 weeks ago
Why not ? Anything is possible.I mean, spicing genes, stem cell research, there is a long list of scientific achievements that were science fiction twenty years ago. Now on the other hand, why they would do that is a mystery.
- 3 weeks ago
i can already do that smh
- Clare MLv 43 weeks ago
Disagree because in 30 years we will be really over populated and have bigger things to spend money on. To put it in just a few words.
- EdnaLv 73 weeks ago
Disagree. There will never be any kind of "fancy surgery" that could transplant the female reproductive organs (the vagina, the uterus, the cervix, the Fallopian tubes, and the ovaries) into the body of a male and make it possible for him to get pregnant and give birth to a baby.
Even if transplantation was possible, the male body would never produce enough female hormones to make it possible for those organs to function. For one thing, the ovaries couldn't function; there would be no ovulation; and so the man couldn't ever become pregnant.
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- Anonymous3 weeks ago
No matter how crazy our socity may
seem to get @ times I know deep down
inside tha such a thing would never
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- heleneLv 73 weeks ago
No, I don't agree, and the very concept is self-indulgent and sexist and STUPID.
Yes, I'm laughing at you. Damned misogynists think men are better at being women than real women.
- MissALv 73 weeks ago
There have been trans men who have had babies already.
But in terms of men born with Y-chromosomes and penises and testes? No. They aren't nearly that close. It's not just surgeries it's development of a fully functional artificial uterus, it's controlling the wild variations in hormone levels over the courese of a normal pregnancy, pain control (the uterus has to produce a LOT of drugs to keep its owner from being in agony as it stretches to 1000x its original size), anti-rejection therapy for nine months... the tech isn't there. Maybe someday. But I doubt in thirty years.
- JinglesLv 73 weeks ago
A transgender male already had a baby
- Ranchmom1Lv 73 weeks ago
- DzeLv 73 weeks ago
no i dont agree .. its much more likely that biological reproduction will become a thing of the past and 'perfect' and 'enhanced' babies will be grown in a facility .. the idea of a colon baby isnt palatable anyway ..