No sex needed for reproduction
Watching Evolve by History Channel, the episode about sex, they shown one guy who said that in the future it may be considered careless to use a typical biological process in order to have kids which involves risks of complications, great pain and unpredictable results in terms of health of the child.
Instead he believes genetic engineering of children would become a normal and socially acceptable thing, in time. I think it may also be possible to grow children outside of the womb... This all seems pretty wild, but when looked at from a cold objective perspective of the evolution it makes perfect sense. Evolution has been making unique leaps many times over as new and better ways a specie can self preserve became available. People tend to think a typical reproductive process is "normal" and "natural" as if these new possibilities aren't. The ability to use tools, that is technology, and rely on them is probably the biggest reason humans are the most advanced specie on this planet and that capability developed perfectly naturally.
What do you think?