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This Automatic Sperm Extractor Machine Helps Donors Who Don’t Feel Like Masturbating
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There are times when technology comes to the rescue in the strangest of ways. Imagine this – a man goes to donate sperm but he finds that masturbating in a sterile room with whatever material he’s been given just isn’t cutting it. Maybe, trying to pleasure himself into a plastic cup just isn’t working. Then what does he do? Donating sperm is important and there are people out there who really need sperm. Now, China has come up with an weird but brilliant invention that could solve this issue once and for all.
 

 

In Nanjing, the capital of Jiangsu, a brand new invention is being used in hospitals which promises to change the face of sperm donation forever. It is an automatic sperm extractor and it only costs 5000 pounds. The machine’s height can be adjusted to suit the donor and there are different settings for speed, pressure, warmth, etc. It comes with a massage pipe that is lubricated on the inside. The Jiangsu Medical Science and Technology Company has stated that it is very much like a real vagina in the way that it massages and vibrates. Using the machine makes the process of collecting sperm easier and more efficient. There’s even a tiny screen attached to it if the donor isn’t around enough.
 
Images and descriptions of this machine have gone viral across social media platforms and for good reason obviously. Most users were quite horrified at the thought of having to simulate sex with a robot and many were of the opinion that masturbating is a much more respectable way to go about it. Photos of many machines lined up in one room may have contributed to this as very few were comfortable with the idea of lining up in one room to be literally milked by the machines. The fact that many compared it to Daleks didn’t help at all.
 
According to the Company, the machine has become popular in clinics across the world in countries like the United States of America, Russia, and France. They sell around ten thousand of the machines every year.
 
 

 

So why does China need these machines so badly? As it turns out, they have a severe shortage of sperm donations and authorities are actually worried that their efforts to increase the birth rate in the country might result in failure. Low fertility rates have ensured that only about 1/5th of all donated sperm is of good enough quality to be used for the purpose of fertilization. Sperm banks in the Henan province have had to remove the minimum qualifications in terms of education, age, and physique that they initially had in place for their donors.
 
Whether these machines will work or not still remains to be seen. No matter how well it may work, it is only natural that many might be discomfited by the idea of pleasuring themselves in front of other people with a robot. But it is definitely an innovative invention nonetheless.

 
 


 
 


 
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