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After the stem cell breakthrough, are men really necessary?

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Now that scientists at Newcastle University have created human sperm from stem cells should women just bypass them and take over the world?
Seems to me that all of the trouble in the world is caused by men and their egos and that it's about time they took a back seat and let us sort out the mess they've created. Granted there might be a few arguments over handbags and shoes but as women are natural peace makers think it would make sense for us to rule for a change lol
Wonder how fast this question gets deleted :-)
Woah.......ego overload lol
Jamand you're right but we still have a very long way to go to catch men up on the bad behaviour front
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they are NOT true spern cells............
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