Men May Be Going Extinct as They Are the Weaker Sex

The so-called “weaker” sex is the stronger

But the real explanation is the poorer quality of the Y-chromosome that is passed from father to son, which is the main difference between men and women.

Women are born with XX chromosomes and men are born with XY chromosomes. Women get an X chromosome from each parent while men get an X chromosome from their mothers and a Y chromosome from their fathers.

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The X chromosome, which is 80 times the size of the Y chromosome, also contains 500 times more genes. The XY is an imperfect combination because in a woman one X can fix the other at any time while in a male, X and Y remain on their own devices in case of needed repair.

In men, it is impossible to repair the Y chromosome which is as we speak degenerating, and some predict its elimination in less than 200,000 years. Still, there are those who believe the Y chromosome has 4.6m years left a much longer period.

Anyway, 200000 years gives us plenty of time for research. But here again, the first experiments are going in the wrong direction: it’s the woman who gives birth to a man. This argument alone should have made us think. The researchers already know that by mixing two eggs to give birth to a mouse inherited from each mother. Of course, this offspring is exclusively female.

A woman is not only a man’s future. She can do without him and, thanks to her genetic heritage; hold on to the future of all humanity thus the so-called “weak” sex is really the strongest.

How do you save men?

By making a completely artificial super Y chromosome and producing a new enhanced breed of males in test tubes. Unless one day we go the hermaphrodite route like what is already happening with some plants, tapeworms, and snails. However, by then we may already be knee deep in a world where cloning is the norm.


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