Many of our answers probably include a reference to reproduction. Sex is the primary way that babies are made. And the number may vastly increase in the future as our tools to identify genetic risks in embryos become more sophisticated. And in that world — a world where babies are made in labs; where pregnancy-via-sexual intercourse is elected only by a minority of women; where sexual ethics have nothing to do with procreative possibilities — what will sex mean? Biologically speaking, the purpose of sex may seem obvious - to reproduce Credit: Getty Images. Sex, we reason, must always have a why. After all, to be human means to be curious, intellectually and emotionally. Experiencing sex and theorising about what it could mean seems very natural for animals that spend much of our time engaging in higher-level criticism.
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