If a man does balls transplant, and then he has a child, it won't be his child. amirite?

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@miraclerandy Why not?

he will not have his own sperm

That kind of surgery takes balls.

Thatoneduderyans avatar Thatoneduderyan Yeah You Are +8Reply

"He may be your father boy, but he wasn't your Daddy." - Yondu.

It's not just DNA that requires someone to be a father.

This user has been banned.

The idea of this made me laugh and mouth vomit at the same time

jodzdzownicas avatar jodzdzownica Yeah You Are +7Reply

I dont believe a functional testicle transplant is a real thing, if a man somehow lost his balls and wanted them back, artificial ones would be used just for the loom as the functionality isn't required for normal living

Apartlavishnesss avatar Apartlavishness Yeah You Are +6Reply

Do you know enough about biology to be confident in that theory? Are sperm programmed and designed by the testicle or by another entity in the body?

Depends on your definition of ownership.

Some people absorb their twin and have two sets of DNA, if tested from the wrong spot their children seem to genetically be their siblings children.

Milkzeys avatar Milkzey Yeah You Are +5Reply

Bruce Jenner wants a word with you

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