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Hyenas. Not exactly what you're thinking of, but it had to be said. *cringes*

Anyways, with how advanced things are getting in the medical field, in theory, a male human could one day get pregnant. Womb transplant (which has already been done successfully in a couple of women who didn't have one), C-Section (obviously haha) and being given certain hormones (prepare for the moobs!)... it's not that crazy of an idea. So hey, ya never know.



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I sure as hell don't. Isn't child birth like the most painful thing ever? I'm pretty sure guys have enough to deal with having their weak points in between their crotch always open to a kick.


BTW, since you brought it up, (though the derail potential is real ) pain is 100% subjective. It's impossible to compare getting kicked in the nads vs childbirth (unless you're a futa? o.o;;;). It's kinda like asking if my green looks the same as your green. Give it the good ol' Google search if you want to know more, but that's it in a... nutshell.

Edit: the random trivia nerd in me couldn't resist (and I needed one more phrase in parentheses)
Posted 10/24/16 , edited 10/25/16

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Have you ever watched a video of seahorses giving birth? It kind of looks like that thing that human males do everyday... so in a way, you are already similar to the male seahorses.



Looks more like he pushes it out. But why couldnt evolution make males carry offsprings. It would likely be better i think :D


Maybe the species that had males carrying offspring all died off...because those males didn't know how to change diapers or how to hold a baby.
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Hyenas. Not exactly what you're thinking of, but it had to be said. *cringes*

Anyways, with how advanced things are getting in the medical field, in theory, a male human could one day get pregnant. Womb transplant (which has already been done successfully in a couple of women who didn't have one), C-Section (obviously haha) and being given certain hormones (prepare for the moobs!)... it's not that crazy of an idea. So hey, ya never know.



jaykirbydudee wrote:

I sure as hell don't. Isn't child birth like the most painful thing ever? I'm pretty sure guys have enough to deal with having their weak points in between their crotch always open to a kick.


BTW, since you brought it up, (though the derail potential is real ) pain is 100% subjective. It's impossible to compare getting kicked in the nads vs childbirth (unless you're a futa? o.o;;;). It's kinda like asking if my green looks the same as your green. Give it the good ol' Google search if you want to know more, but that's it in a... nutshell.

Edit: the random trivia nerd in me couldn't resist (and I needed one more phrase in parentheses)


Where would the baby come out if you're a ma- nevermind, don't want to know. Just...nope.
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first of all is this another topic you wrote while high (believe mentioned that before)? 2nd of all no i would be completely against this their is such a thing as going to far and this would be a example of that.
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Then take that up with EVOLUTION who thinks your idea is poppycock. You can't compare two massively different species and expect anyone with experience in STEM to take you seriously. It is a rare sight to see women work as hard as men. There is scientific evidence to prove that women prefer easier jobs with more social aspects.


So being a lawyer is an easy job?, i know a woman who works with PC where i work at so thats a broad generalization to call females lazy just because politicians says stupid stuff, define easy job and hard job btw?. Either way i tend to think most humans who dont have ambition to work tend to be lazy, slugs on welfare i hate. Here is an idea, people who dont wanna work at all should be threatened by going to jail. My idea to scare people to work. But either way, women deserves as much as males to get the same opportunities. If some leech of someone then you should just avoid those people in general.
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Actually, evolutionarily a lot of species can change sexual organs on a whim, incase there is a problem with population. However, doing so takes a lot of time and energy, so while this is trait is superior in evolution, the only identifiable reason we can't is because our ancestors were simply too lazy to integrate it. Staying true to our roots I suppose...
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So being a lawyer is an easy job?, i know a woman who works with PC where i work at so thats a broad generalization to call females lazy just because politicians says stupid stuff, define easy job and hard job btw?. Either way i tend to think most humans who dont have ambition to work tend to be lazy, slugs on welfare i hate. Here is an idea, people who dont wanna work at all should be threatened by going to jail. My idea to scare people to work. But either way, women deserves as much as males to get the same opportunities. If some leech of someone then you should just avoid those people in general.


Where are the women working as sewer cleaners? Coal miners? Skyscraper construction workers? HMMMM?!?!?!?!?!?!? Bloody hell mate.
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Where are the women working as sewer cleaners? Coal miners? Skyscraper construction workers? HMMMM?!?!?!?!?!?!? Bloody hell mate.


Usually turned away from such jobs if we apply in favor of men, many of us give up after a time because it's so common, why waste our time? Also women are more efficient, but less popular, in managerial positions and are more receptive to their worker's needs, but for some reason people still think women shouldn't be in executive pursuits or they are too emotional to handle that kind of position, an old husband's tale if you will. Being a manager is a lot of brainpower, maybe it's not sluggish and boorish blue collar physical labor, but takes considerable discipline, communication, and efficiency. When breaking through into traditionally men's work, the ones who are very first are usually receptive to extremely tight scrutiny, and are used as the test for whether women can do it, and if that particular woman performs poorly, it can make things harder for the rest of us. I get turned down all the time for jobs because they want men to do the work; it's just how it is. No need to get so angry, but you have a very narrow definition of 'hard work'.
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Where are the women working as sewer cleaners? Coal miners? Skyscraper construction workers? HMMMM?!?!?!?!?!?!? Bloody hell mate.


Usually turned away from such jobs if we apply in favor of men, many of us give up after a time because it's so common, why waste our time? Also women are more efficient, but less popular, in managerial positions and are more receptive to their worker's needs, but for some reason people still think women shouldn't be in executive pursuits or they are too emotional to handle that kind of position, an old husband's tale if you will. Being a manager is a lot of brainpower, maybe it's not sluggish and boorish blue collar physical labor, but takes considerable discipline, communication, and efficiency. When breaking through into traditionally men's work, the ones who are very first are usually receptive to extremely tight scrutiny, and are used as the test for whether women can do it, and if that particular woman performs poorly, it can make things harder for the rest of us. I get turned down all the time for jobs because they want men to do the work; it's just how it is. No need to get so angry, but you have a very narrow definition of 'hard work'.


You talk the talk.. but economists have debunked everything you just said. Narratives don't stand up to facts. The fact is women prefer social careers and those careers require little training overall so they pay less. STEM fields on the other hand are favored by men and this is why so many men flood these fields. It takes a lot more hard work to achieve success in STEM than it does in social-sciences.
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Oaky I know you are not Dutch, but

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You talk the talk.. but economists have debunked everything you just said. Narratives don't stand up to facts. The fact is women prefer social careers and those careers require little training overall so they pay less. STEM fields on the other hand are favored by men and this is why so many men flood these fields. It takes a lot more hard work to achieve success in STEM than it does in social-sciences.


Economists are not scientists, social positions are nothing shameful, and no STEM professional is any use without good executives, , marketers ensuring funding and promotion for their research, and managers to ensure cohesion between sections which, on average, are better run by women. But this is a free country where we respect people's choice of life. Social work is perfectly respectable work, and in many cases, especially in nonprofit and humanitarian careers, it is far more thankless than any STEM job and more tiring. I would think it's rather low of you to speak so condescending of those who dedicate their lives to helping others with no expectation of notable returns. I know many many brilliant women in the STEM professions, and have worked along side them, and have risen above their male coworkers who respect and admire them greatly. And I can say the same of men who decide to undertake these jobs. Not every man wishes to be career bodied, I've met plenty who prefer, even idealize the idea of a stay at home dad; but societal pressure makes them feel weak for wanting such a life. Some of the most brilliant scientists, mathematicians, and engineers on our planet are women, I would think they work as hard as their fellow professionals, otherwise they would not be there. But if you wish to continue to pit us against each other bitterly, by all means, waste everyone's time.

Also, if you judge salary, rather than satisfaction, as a measure of success, I must admit I find that rather disappointing. After your basic needs are secured, money has little to do with happiness.
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Where are the women working as sewer cleaners? Coal miners? Skyscraper construction workers? HMMMM?!?!?!?!?!?!? Bloody hell mate.


Thats like saying where are the males who likes to sew clothes at??? Why dont you make your own clothes "yawns". There is something called ability. There is no shame on preferring something else that is to your liking


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Thats like saying where are the males who likes to sew clothes at??? Why dont you make your own clothes "yawns". There is something called ability. There is no shame on preferring something else that is to your liking


Exactly! See, you know what's up.
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Thats like saying where are the males who likes to sew clothes at??? Why dont you make your own clothes "yawns". There is something called ability. There is no shame on preferring something else that is to your liking


Exactly! See, you know what's up.


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Edit: I am sorta getting ideas that because women arent males, and have abilities and choices just like males who wanna be who they wanna be. But since their genders matters therefor they should not be treated as equals???.

Might aswell go back to the past when women were considered properties. I mean those were the good days. Sarcasm.
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