The population of the world - known as the 'World Population' - is set to decrease rapidly in the future, due, not to environmental issues, disease, potential pandemics, drought or famine, but to the bland acceptance of issues concerning human sexuality, says a 'top professor'.
Professor Ken O'Wysdomo claims that, with fewer and fewer people forming relationships that will produce offspring, the species will simply decrease in numbers in its current form. In the natural world, species become stronger as time goes on, weeding out weaknesses in their populations, so that the specie as a whole, benefits, and becomes even stronger. With humanity, the opposite is happening.
"Often, people think that, we, as a race, are going back towards chimphood, on a descent of the evolutionary scale. This is not true; indeed, several new strains are, as it were, 'branching off' to form new, complex, and, I have to say, inferior strains."
"There will," he goes on, "now be a new set of sub-species", including:
Men who think they are women
Women who think they are men
Men who are men, but dress like women
Men who don't know whether they are a man or a woman
Men who think they are both genders
Men and women who freely move between the genders without seeming to be permanently one or the other
Men who like sheep
Women who like horses (not in the 'Princess Anne' way)
Professor O'Wysdomo said:
"We seem to be dancing our way merrily towards oblivion by constantly moving farther and farther away from the natural ideal relationship of 'male and female'. These quirky hybrids we are producing may look nice with their rainbow parades, and gender-swapping adventures, but, as an extension of the 'survival of the fittest' rule, it's a bit of a non-starter."
Recent stories in the media, such as the Oregon bakery that shut because of the criticism it faced when it refused to make a wedding cake for a lesbian couple; and the closure of Australian wedding magazine, 'White', for refusing to feature same-sex marriages, show that some people are sticking to their principles, and will not be bullied by the clamor for change.
The professor concluded:
"In the long run, the race will become stronger. Those 'new strains' will die out through lack of the ability - or desire - to breed. We will be left with human heterosexuals who will be free of the encumbrance of transgenderism, and that, quite frankly, is how it should be."