Are Males A Rapidly Declining Endangered Species?

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Oh, feminists are gonna be dancing in the streets over this!

According to some scientists – and remember, Science is always right! – writing in the science journal, Conversation, the Y-chromosome, which males have and females don’t, is “rapidly disappearing.”

At the rate it’s going, the Y-chromosome’s days are numbered. For all practical purposes, say the scientists, it will be gone, adios, goodbye… in 46 million years.

Ulp!

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Gee, I guess, whatever we’re thinking about getting done, we’d better get done! Like, the clock is ticking! Oh, the scientists say life will find a way and probably generate “male fetuses without Y-chromosomes,” but how can they be sure of that? We are men, and Evolution’s gonna punch our ticket!

Probably to fix us for all that bad stuff we do.

When the initial feminist euphoria wears off, after the first 500,000 man-less years or so, that’s when the second thoughts will set in. After kajillions of years blaming men for everything, who they gonna blame now? Like, won’t it be so embarrassing if a women-only world doesn’t turn out to be paradise? What if there are still wars, still poverty and inequality, and people–well, only women and girls–being mean to each other?

Maybe feminists somehow skipped childhood. They show no sign of even suspecting what sorts of things girls in middle school get up to.  Some of them would be feeding each other ground glass if you didn’t watch them closely. Maybe the Elizabeth Bathory Chapter of NOW needs a refresher course in reality.

So us guys are going extinct and then, gals, you’ll be on your own, no one left to blame for anything that goes wrong.

What could be a more dire fate for feminists than to get what they say they want?

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Lee Duigon
Lee Duigon, a contributing editor with the Chalcedon Foundation, is a former newspaper reporter and editor, small businessman, teacher, and horror novelist. He has been married to his wife, Patricia, for 34 years. See his new fantasy/adventure novels, Bell Mountain and The Cellar Beneath the Cellar, available on www.amazon.com.

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