Date: 12/30/13 06:28 pm Title: Chapter 1
Unfortunately, although society is changing in many countries, this story holds only too much truth. In many countries a child could easily be brought to such a desperate state. We can only hope and work towards better times. Very sensitively written, Dauphin.
Date: 10/03/13 08:44 pm Title: Chapter 1
I'd like to think that 100,000 years from now, a story like yours (as a sad reminder of how primtive, narrow-minded, and superficial humans once were) would make future humanity's blood boil. "Were our ancestors back then really that petty, disgusting, backward excuses for intelligent life?"
Date: 10/03/13 08:30 pm Title: Chapter 1
Here is a refreshing thought, one I read a few months ago: the Y-chromosome today is down to carrying only a few DNA codes, its size when stacked up against the three X-chromosomes beside it are like butting a postage stamp up alongside a playing card. The Y seems to to do very little more than -- after 12 weeks-- stop any future female development in the fetus. The article went on to propse that in another 100,000 years, the way the Y keeps diminishing, it will disappear entirely. One might ask how will humanity propagate when that happens? But to quote Jerff Goldblum in Jurassic Park, "Nature will not be contained. She'll find a way." Here's to life 100,000 years from now.