What will become of men has become a very big concern and question over the last few years,
This is what keeps you awake at night?
Will we see groups of men wandering the streets aimlessly, lost, dazed, purposeless, too stubborn to ask for directions?
This might just be part of the evolutionary process. As men become less useful, their habits and behaviors less appealing, they become less relevant as a component of female happiness.
Well, we no longer need them to hunt for food. Supermarkets have replaced them as far as that goes.
We don't need them for protection, in fact we'd probably be safer without them.Most of the violence in the world is their doing.
Now that women have acquired fairly good skills in carpentry, plumbing, and hanging wallpaper, we don't really need them for those minor home repairs.
Most of them, beyond the age of 30, aren't good for the heavy lifting jobs. A man with a really good, fit, muscular body is a rare sight these days.
Having to constantly prop up their sagging egos has really become a drag. We can certainly live without that.
Tidying up will be faster, without the mess they create.
Without them, we know the toilet seat will always be down.
They never were the greatest conversationalists, so it's not that we'll notice an absence of stimulating company.
Many women swear that vibrators provide better orgasms, and they make no demands and function more reliably.
Grateful puppies from the local shelter can certainly provide more fidelity than many men have been capable of.
Children really don't need a male parent. Parenting isn't a gender specific job, and women have always done most of the work in this department anyway.
Sperm banks can provide a wider choice of attributes for our offspring beyond what we could get from the few partners most of us now select for that purpose.
We can certainly manage and run our own businesses and governments without them.
So, what will become of men?
On balance, considering everything, we might just need them as sperm donors.
Did we ever really need them for more than that?