Discussion » Technology » China’s ’sperm extractor’ is one

  • Gullekian
    Gullekian wrote:
    Source: http://www.smartplanet.com/blog/bulletin/chinas-sperm-extractor-is-one-truly-bizarre-invention/1067

    From robot girlfriends to bidet toilets, the Japanese are known for their concerted efforts to incorporate gadgetry into just about every conceivable facet of life. But in China, this bizarre obsession is sometimes taken to a whole other level.

    For instance, futuristic robotic toilets have gained popularity among the country’s elite. And now, patients at the Zhengzhou Central Hospital have access to a $2,800 machine best described as a “sperm extractor.”

    Yes, it does exactly what it sounds like it does. Designed as an entirely automated and hands-free solution, the massaging device comes with a wide range of customizable features that allow patients to adjust the temperature, amplitude, frequency and speed to his liking. The machine also features a display screen and a surround sound system users can connect to using headphones.

    Moments after a report about the sperm extractor was posted on the microblogging platform Weibo, word started to spread characterizing the invention as an easier way for men to “make that money standing up.” However, hospital director Zhu Guoxin says the one thing he wants to make clear is that the machine is not being used to collect donor sperm but rather to help treat those suffering from fertility problems.

    “When male infertility patient come for treatment, we must first fully inspect the sperm which requires sperm extraction. This machine is only recommended for patients that had difficulty retrieving sperms, user must use a condom, but lubricant and chemicals on condoms will affect the accuracy of the test results,” Zhu told Chinahush.

    He also added: “Perhaps netizens misunderstood the usage of the machine, and thought it was used for sperm donation. In fact, sperm bank has very high standards; donors must go through strict medical examination and they will definitely not use a sperm extractor.”

    The sperm extractor has also been introduced in Nanjing hospital, capital of Jiangsu province.




  • High Priest
    High Priest wrote:
    @Gullekian, do you have the correct address of this hospital? I need mine too be extracted.:)
  • High Priest
    High Priest wrote:
    @Gullekian, you know am a handyman, imagine the kind of hands I've got, if you suggested Haty to me I wouldn't go to Najing looking for this hi-tec inovation.:)
  • High Priest
    High Priest wrote:
    @Gullekian, that's the problem, waiting Haty for ten years seems too much, If u can talk to her that HP wants Haty, may be she can change her mind and put me in front line:)
  • High Priest
    High Priest wrote:
    Wow! Who can bring me to Haty? @Isdnar, does that someone knows where she lives? I thought @Gullekian got her home address:) Who can bail me out?:)
  • High Priest
    High Priest wrote:
    @Gullekian, thanks a lot. Once I get off Hua Yuan Qiao, I will be having a loud speaker calling for Haty!!!
  • K5-35
    K5-35 wrote:
    Dear or dear, I must tell you it is not surprising at all given China's tradition of castration over thousands of years' as a pre-requisite to serve the Emperor and his aristocracy.

    I reminds me of a popular saying on the Internet Mop.com that :"I miss ancient China, you can become a government official with simply castration without a written examination".

    This probably expressed in full Chinese People's sincere wish to be in charge.

    Zu brutal zu erotic!
  • K5-35
    K5-35 wrote:
    I forgot the T in my last comment.
  • K5-35
    K5-35 wrote:
    Jesus !......+_+

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