My Favorite Little Post-Human
Yes, but see it this way: the freedom engendered by feminism is simply returning us all to the state prior to civilization where the alpha males had always ruled.
As for the beta males, … well, I could only hope the Japanese hurry up on their sex dolls business so as to free these otherwise wretched males from having to depend on hypergamous females. There is much more to life than pussy.
The introduction of artificial and technological contraception (condoms, birth control, and ‘tying tubes’) is a huge step away from the natural contraception of coitus interruptus (strongly condemned by the Church since it attempts to avoid the true natural purpose of sexual intercourse), and reflects a drastic move that embraces the use of technology as a means to impair and disable the natural and properly functioning act of human reproduction. Transhumanism itself can be used to improve the human condition and benefit society on a whole; however, the use of contraception in this manner is a form of negative transhumanism.
Transhuman or trans-human is an intermediary form between the human and the hypothetical posthuman.
One of the first professors of futurology, FM-2030, who taught “new concepts of the Human” at The New School of New York City in the 1960s, used “transhuman” as shorthand for “transitional human”. Calling transhumans the “earliest manifestation of new evolutionary beings”, FM argued that signs of transhumans included physical and mental augmentations including prostheses, reconstructive surgery, intensive use of telecommunications, a cosmopolitan outlook and a globetrotting lifestyle, androgyny, mediated reproduction (such as in vitro fertilisation), absence of religious beliefs, and a rejection of traditional family values.
In March 2007, American physicist Gregory Cochran and paleoanthropologist John Hawks published a study, alongside other recent research on which it builds, which amounts to a radical reappraisal of traditional views, which tended to assume that humans have reached an evolutionary endpoint. Physical anthropologist Jeffrey McKee argued the new findings of accelerated evolution bear out predictions he made in a 2000 book The Riddled Chain. Based on computer models, he argued that evolution should speed up as a population grows because population growth creates more opportunities for new mutations; and the expanded population occupies new environmental niches, which would drive evolution in new directions. Whatever the implications of the recent findings, McKee concludes that they highlight a ubiquitous point about evolution: “every species is a transitional species.”
According to transhumanist thinkers, a posthuman is a hypothetical future being “whose basic capacities so radically exceed those of present humans as to be no longer unambiguously human by our current standards.” … Alternatively, others such as Kevin Warwick argue for the likelihood that both humans and posthumans will continue to exist but the latter will predominate in society over the former because of their abilities.