Maybe it’s late and maybe I’m not thinking very clearly, but does it make evolutionary sense for the existence of two sexes? Why do we need separate organisms each with their own specific sex organs in order to procreate? Does that just make things far more complicated than they need to be, evolutionarily speaking? Maybe those frogs they talk about on Jurassic Park are further along the evolutionary chain than humans or even, god help us, Chimpanzees.
I’ve thought about this a little bit before and I figure that humans have autosexuality/lesbianism in our future. Maybe that would be achieved technologically or naturally or in response to some kind of man-holocaust. I’m starting to consider the fact that God really does hate women. Physically, women have been designed to be at a disadvantage – in structure, in sex, in subjection to pain. There are some things that cannot be explained away through social conditioning, and no matter what way you spin pregnancy and society’s attitudes towards “feminine adjectives,” those nine months put the female species at a huge disadvantage. You can’t hunt or scavange in your ninth month, and there is a definite reliance on someone who can.
I think I’ll just invent my own mythology centered around a female Satan who tempts women to get hysterectomies.