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How do humans reproduce?

Author : zirp

Submitted : 2017-06-16 01:35:34    Popularity:     

Tags: humans  reproduce  

I was just wondering how we reproduce?
Please answer below...

Answers:

Up till recently it has been exclusively through sexual intercourse. The man puts his penis into the woman's vagina to inject semen near the opening of the cervix. Sperm cells move through the os cervix into the uterus and then to the Fallopian tubes. If it is close to the time of ovulation then a sperm cell can unite with an ovum in the Fallopian tubes, forming a zygote. This is propelled passively into the uterus, where it implants and starts growing.

Now it has been known since Biblical times that all that is required is for the "seed" to get into the vagina. So it was surely not beyond human ingenuity for someone to invent some other way for sperm to enter the vagina. Yet for centuries women have had to put up with the indignity of sexual intercourse just for the pleasure of men.

Artificial insemination is a simple procedure, and started to be offered to married couples as treatment for male-factor infertility in the 20th century (using donated sperm). Also lesbian couples would get sperm from gay men to have children without having to have sex with men: no medical procedure was required. Unfortunately the advent of HIV put a stop to this unofficial artificial insemination. Then lesbian women started to demand access to sperm donated to infertility clinics. Initially it was only lesbian couples, but also single women who wanted a child started to seek these services.

Usually artificial insemination is all that is needed. Artificial insemination through medical channels ensures that the donor is screened for infectious illness and questioned about their genetic history.

In some instances IVF is needed, for instance if the Fallopian tubes are blocked or cut. The ovum is taken from the uterus by laparoscopy, then mixed with sperm in the laboratory. Fertilisation occurs, as evidenced by the cells dividing. After a day or two fertilised eggs are transferred into the uterus. Excess fertilised eggs can be frozen for use months or even years later.

Despite the existence of artificial insemination sexual intercourse continues to be the main method of human reproduction, even in the first world. This is proof of the continued existence of patriarchal rape culture. Contraception is even made available so men can use women for sex without the excuse of wanting to have children. In artificial insemination men donate sperm by self-masturbation, so they would not be denied sexual pleasure. But part of the pleasure of sex for the man is that of having power over the woman by making them suffer.

I can see from your profile that you are a young man in your early teens, and that you are heterosexually oriented. You need to know that no woman really likes sex. If you have not started to have sex yet, don't! Feminism is on the rise, and soon all heterosexual sex will be effectively outlawed. Rape will be redefined to allow the woman to retrospectively withdraw consent up to twelve years after the event, allowing the man to be criminally charged.

In time artificial insemination will completely take over human reproduction, and all children will be brought up by lesbian couples. This will mean no more daughters being raped by their fathers, and no more sons being taught toxic masculinity. If you are of good genetic stock you may be allowed to donate sperm, but you will never see your children.

if your parents and teachers haven't explained it to you, you probably are too young to be on Yahoo!answers

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Sex, like all the other animals in the world.



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