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I remember reading similar articles in the past. I do not think it will bring about the end of men, but it is without doubt a further step in the need for men in the modern world.
Years ago and still in many nations, women need men in order to not only continue the human race but to survive.
Here in the U.S. and other nations, we have reached a point where women no longer need men to survive but we need their sperm, so he dynamic of power is swinging towards women quickly. Kind of like saying, I do not need you but you want to be with me, so you must do as I say.
Now if only a few men were needed for reproduction or not even needed at all, that dynamic will change even more drastically. What will happen to a male gender if it is completely obsolete? I would not want to see the end of males (perhaps the end of what we call men, through at least the feminization of their minds and maybe bodies) but the decision of what happens to them when one gender is absolutely necessary and the other unnecessary, is left completely in the hands of women.