A Chinese inventor has recently made the news with a “sperm extracting machines” which is designed to help get samples out of male donors at sperm banks.
Inventor Ding Guijiang believes that the country is not getting as many donations as they could be since people are too nervous to masturbate. For some reason, the inventor thinks that copulating with a machine in a doctor’s office will be less awkward for people.
The device costs an upwards of £5,000 and it really seems like a glorified male sex toy that is designed to accommodate a wide range of donors.
The machines have a receptacle called a “massage pipe” which is lubricated and was designed as a replica of female reproductive organs.
The device gives the donor maximum control over the experience, allowing them to adjust the height, speed, force and even heat of the device.
On the Alibaba listing for the product, the company says, “It can simulate vaginal environment, and through massage, twitching, sucking, vibration, etc., act upon the human penis, which can make semen collection be fast and safe. So it is the best clinical collection equipment of semen.”
Sperm extractor helps patients overcome embarrassment
A Chinese company says its automatic sperm extractor is helping clinics collect semen from donors reluctant to masturbate in a hospital setting. The Jiangsu Sanwe Medical Science and Technology Center says their device, which has been sold to clinics in the US, Germany, Russia and France, simulates the temperature and feel of the female sexual organ, and is the most user friendly way of collecting samples for sperm donation or for those needing fertility advice
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“The strong currents impact and rub the glans penis repeatedly in order to reduce the excitability of nerve endings so as to passivate the nerve of glans penis, sulcus coronarius, and the surface of the penis, and regulate the sex nerve center in order to minimize nerve sensitivity, improve ejaculatory threshold to treat premature ejaculation,” The listing added.
Inventor Ding Guijiang told Reuters that the country is far behind the rest of the world when it comes to sperm donations because the government was so focused on reducing populations for so long.
“Hospitals mostly use masturbation as their collection method without providing a venue or equipment. This makes collecting sperm on site very difficult. We invented an automatic sperm extractor which is also user friendly. First of all, it stimulated a female organ and then replicates the physical movements of sexual intercourse by moving back-and-forth,” Guijiang said.
Surprisingly, the machines are a hit. According to The Sun, The Jiangsu Sanwe Medical Science and Tech Center sells around 10,000 of the machines every year at £5,000 each. Some of the machines are even shipped to the US, Germany, Russia, and France.
It also seems that the device will give you some advice on how to improve your sexual performance.
“Sexual psychologicalevaluation, with the international general psychological questionnaire to understand the real performance of sexuality activity,so as to provide reference for effective treatment,” the Alibaba listing states.
Sperm extractor / Photo Credit: Reuters
Doctors in China are desperate to get patients into their offices for sperm donations. In 2015, two Chinese clinics offered potential donors the price of an iPhone 6s for a visit.
This device may seem like a joke, but it seeks to remedy a very serious problem in China.
For many decades the Chinese government implemented a one child policy, only allowing families to have one child each. This was an extreme measure to slow down the growth of a booming population, but it ended up massively backfiring and causing some very serious problems for the country.
In October 2015, the Chinese news agency Xinhua announced plans of the government to abolish the one-child policy, now allowing all families to have two children.
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One of the side effects of the failed policy is that there are now 33.59 million more men than women in China, which causes some very obvious social difficulties. China also has what is described as an “aging problem” which means that in addition to there being an imbalance between the genders, there is also an imbalance between the ages.
It is expected that the number of retirees in China will soon greatly outnumber the amount of young people working in the country. This lack of people in an entire generation is a direct result of the government’s one child policy. Experts are predicting a massive population decline in the country over the next several decades, so it seems that they need to start getting creative.
The following graph shows the noticeable decline in population that is expected in the years to come.
China population decline / Photo Credit: chinapower.csis.org