Working model of female reproductive system has first period


#1

Originally published at: http://boingboing.net/2017/03/29/working-model-of-female-reprod.html


#2

Is it a bright red?

Sorry!!! I just COULD NOT resist.


#3

Nice try ladies. You almost had me, dressing up a discussion of the functions of the female reproductive system as a new Hot Tech Bite. I even read a full half of the first paragraph before I managed to ward off your black magic with the recitation of the LALALALAICAN’THEARYOU spell…


#4

Worst RealDoll ever.


#5

This is awesome: imagine having a neurological problem, and growing one of these with a sample of nerve tissue. With a small amount of radiation, it could be aged to demonstrate what your system will look like over time and how you will respond to different treatments.


#6

The OliveGarden lasagna ad embedded in this post adds well, something.


#7

Better start keeping an eye on those young male reproductive systems then. Got my logic gun right here…


#8

I can see MRAs and anti-feminists being quite upset about this. Even money on whether the GOP will introduce a bill persecuting this technology in the current legislative cycle.


#9

I’m thinking you should have.


#10

Did it scream, “MAAAAAHMMMM - WHERE’S THE KOTEX, I’M ON THE RAG!”


#11

If it can’t have babies, it needs to be banned. And if it can have babies, it needs to be controlled by a male researcher, not a female one. Actually, it needs to be controlled by a male researcher regardless. Actually, it just needs to be banned. It’s UNNATURAL! KILL IT!!!11!!11


#12

MAAAAAAHMMMMM - WHEREs THE HOT WATER BOTTLE!


#13

I’m assuming they’re just doing this to see if they can grow a G-spot, to finally convince themselves of its existence, since the scientists have never wanted to just take women’s word for it.


#14

not so sure. at the moment the female body fulfills the important role of breeding a successor, when a machine can perform this job women are not anymore needed in a male-only world and don’t deserve rights anymore. like the right so say “no” or the right to exist.


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#16

Yes! An important step towards passing any Turing test.

I, for one, welcome our cranky-about-once-per-month robotic overlords.


#17

It’s more or less the opposite - women can already reproduce without men.


#18

Nothing good will come of this comment thread.


#19

unfortunate for patriarchs, isn’t it?


#20