...party sperm? (long)? Please, if you're against stem cell research and aren't willing to contribute actual information and keep your thoughts to yourself, don't answer. I am not afraid to, and will, report you for venting, ranting or using hate speech (which is covered by rules and regulations). Try to report me, and I'll just post this warning as proof that I gave a warning. Contributing thoughts ONLY.
To my understanding, stem cells are basically blank slabs that can turn into any specialized cell with certain manipulations applied.
If, while altering the stem cell into a specialized cell from a female, you injected or infused a synthetic analog of testosterone (and whatever chemicals needed), would it be possible for a stem cell to transform into a fully functional sperm cell even if the cell was originally from a woman?
Then, could you in turn implant that cell into a ovum of the very same female and thus create a fetus and later an infant?
I mean, it would have two halves of the same DNA of the mother so it would, by my understanding, create another whole and a technical clone. The child would be a clone of the mother since it doesn't have second party DNA to alter it, right?
I'm sorry it was so long but any feed back would be appreciated. And sorry for the warning but I really would like an answer to this and I don't want it reported because of people's grudges against the subject.