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I've thought of this for awhile now...scientists already know the process of how life is created, a sperm and an egg, so they can duplicate the insemination process artificially in a petri dish. Even being able to see cell growth within the dish before implanting it into the womb. But can we go father? Can medical science replicate the function of a uterus? Giving a fetus an environment to grow and gain nutrient as would one in a human body? This sounds...very strange, admittedly. But imagining all the pros that could come from an advancing modern day society. Working females would no longer have to take leave from their working lives, being able to support their new family alongside their partners. The process would be cleaner, healthier (the developing child would be in a hospital environment and constantly on a watch for issues, and the mother does not risk pregnancy complications), and painless. It would be like adopting a child from an orphanage, except from a hospital, newborn, and genetically yours. Coupled with sterilization (with sex cells stored safely) it would greatly reduce parents procreating unwanted human lives that are more likely to be neglected or abandoned. The drawbacks? Naturally anything of eugenically sounding base sounds like a dystopic society, prone to being taken advantage of by harsh goverment rule and regulation. Naturally, I feel sterilization and insemination should be a choice, a more commonly by culture nature one that overrides others typically. Such as the choice to use condoms, birth control, vasectomies, hospitals for birthing etc. (some of which are rejected due to those who believe in intervening natural processes as wrong, strange, or immoral). Because of course having everyone be coerced into sterilization (or by a dystopian government standard, a certain few who are deemed lowly) is prone to error, and regulating who can artificially inseminate (it should be everyone interested and no one should be barred) would be what makes it dystopic, imo. Overall though, I find the idea fascinating, and very plausible...