Budapest, Hungary - A noted Hungarian obstetrician, Dr. Uri Legonalaff has devoted his life to studying obstetric genetics in order to perfect a test that would allow women to know within the first few weeks of pregnancy what the sex of their child is, without the need for an ultrasound. Much like the stick test for pregnancy, his gender test would work basically the same way. Once urine was applied on the stick, if the small patch turned blue, it would indicate a male child, and if it turned pink, it would indicate a female child.
As a side project, much more secret and not spoken about until now, is Legonalaff's research into whether or not it would be possible to meddle with the conception process in such a way that the mother would carry not a male child, not a female child, but an androgynous child, one who carried both male and female sexual organs on purpose.
Although he would not divulge the secret to the procedure he has invented, he is rumored to have produced two androgynous monkeys and an androgynous pig and is now ready to try his procedure out on human beings.
Asked why he would even think of creating androgynous human beings, Dr. Legonalaff explained "Ve lif in a society vere ze lines of sexuality now blurred. No longer does a voman necessarily vant to be vid a man and no longer does a man vish to be vid a woman. If ve produce androgynous human beings, I sink dat dere vill come a day ven it vill not matter vat sex you are, joost dat ve all can have sex vidout ze stigma of being male or female."
While he has a point, the medical community does not seem quite ready yet to accept his theory and have asked that he limit all future experimentation to animals until further discussion can be had on the ethical merits of producing androgynous humans.