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The Wholesome Time Two Random Dudes Came to See A New Baby

Back in the good old days, you could get a random text about a newborn baby and just decide to go support the mom and laugh over the wholesome randomness of it all. Wrong number text exchanges have the tendency to get weird and hilarious, and sometimes an encounter with a total stranger just has some magic in it.

Two random guys came to see a new baby | are at hospital. Having baby today! She has dilated between 5-6. Today 9:04 AM Congrats lol but think someone got wrong number
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Medical Professionals and Bystanders Share the Weirdest Pregnancy Misconceptions They've Witnessed

You don't need to be a doctor, nurse or midwife to know where babies come from. That said, some people are way too old, and in some cases have too many kids, to not know the most basic information. How are people so bad at this. It's okay when kids ask hilarious questions in sex-ed because they're just learning, but this is too far. People have strange relationships with their doctors, going as far to deny really WTF stuff.

Medical professionals and people tell stories of stupid pregnancy misconceptions.
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Wholesome Wrong Number Text Ends In Dudes Coming To See New Baby

When this guy got looped into a baby birthing that he wasn't a part of, he still went down to see the new baby. Because why not? It makes you feel good to see random strangers making connections, especially with good humor involved, like this understanding customer who got a messed up pizza order.

Guy gets a wrong number text for a baby birth so he visits the mother.
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Of all the transhumanist technologies coming in the near future, one stands out that both fascinates and perplexes people. It's called ectogenesis: raising a fetus outside the human body in an artificial womb.

It has the possibility to change one of the most fundamental acts that most humans experience: the way people go about having children. It also has the possibility to change the way we view the female body and the field of reproductive rights.

Naturally, it's a social and political minefield...

The most frequent philosophical issue brought up about ectogenesis is how it might change the way society views women. Will the feminine mystique be lost by such an artificial process replacing what's been long a mainstay of the female domain? My short answer is no; rather, ectogenesis could further unchain women from the home, spare them and extend the age at which women can have children.