China Hospital comes up with ‘Automatic Sperm Extracting Machine’ for people
Masturbation has turned out to be an addictive activity nowadays among people across the world. In a bid to make things easier for people who find it awkward to masturbate for sperm donations, a Chinese hospital has come up with a new idea of installing ‘automatic sperm extractor’ technology on their premises.
As per the website, the ‘effortless’ machine has a massage pipe that can be adjusted in such a way that it would suit the height of the user. Furthermore, it is also fitted with a small screen for those feeling uncomfortable.
The one who uses this machine need not have to worry too much about setting things. One has to manually adjust the frequency, amplitude, and temperature before starting it.
We appreciate scientists for their groundbreaking inventions and discoveries but this one has gone way too far with the machine.
As per IFL Science, the urology department of the hospital mentioned the device has been tailor-made for people who find the conventional way embarrassing.
And here’s how people reacted to this:
Did you know? You can rent a boyfriend in Chinese Malls
Yes, you read it right! Shopping malls in China started offering “boyfriend-sharing” services. This is one of the best of the nations all-encompassing shared economy.
“Shared boyfriends offer services such as holding bags, taking photos, chatting and shopping,” the mall told its customers.
Made in China Condoms are too small, says the health Minister of this country
Some men in Zimbabwe are absolutely furious with the Chinese-made condoms as they are “too small in size”. David Parirenyatwa who is Zimbabwe HEALTH & Child Care minister has challenged local companies to proceed into condom production in a bid to sort out the concerns over the size of condoms imported from China.
The Minister at the launch of the Zimbabwe Private Sector HIV and Aids and Wellness (ZIPSHAW) co-ordinating board said, “We are promoting condoms, both male and female and the youth have now got a particular condom they like, but we do not manufacture them.
He also said adding that the private sector should team up in the fight against HIV and begin manufacturing drugs together with condoms, which are well suitable for the Zimbabwean people.
“If you want to be big business (private sector), please manufacture condoms (because) you import condoms from China, and some people complain they are too small, so you need to be able to have your own condoms,” he said.