- That would never be invented because men are the ones who primarily invent things.
- If women are too lazy to learn NFP I can’t imagine them inventing something like this anyway.
- If a woman was focused enough to invent this, she probably wouldn’t be having enough casual sex to need it.
- An artificial womb would probably be invented first.
- The government would never pass a law saying the biological father has to carry it, it would only ever be optional. Unless we became ruled by a matriarchy in which case there would be no reason for this anyway.
- It would be less likely that this would cause birth control to be more available, it would be more likely to cause birth control to be mandatory for unmarried women. Meaning this would eliminate choice, not enhance it.
- If it was invented it would be used to transfer pregnancies to women who can’t get pregnant, not men.
- Pro-life people would actually love this, then they could volunteer to carry the babies to term and adopt them. There would literally be no reason for abortion.
- Men would probably respond by putting an end to casual sex or at least by being more careful about who they do it with.
- Men who don’t ever want kids would simply get vasectomies.
- Men who want kids could use this system to easily acquire them and gain full custody. No ex-wife necessary.
- Sudden influx of “welfare daddies” who do this to collect government checks. Industries dependent on unskilled male labor begin collapsing.
- If this could actually work, it would require transferring the uterus with the baby, effectively giving the mother a hysterectomy, meaning any woman could only do this once.
- You mean a “transporter”? or “surgical procedure”?
Only vaguely related and not necessarily safe for work.
Blame NSR for finding this and showing it to me.