WOMEN are confident that the major design flaw of menstruation will be scrapped in evolution’s next big patch to humanity.
Clearly the work of an all-male development team, women believe that the painful, messy and frankly sexist function will be replaced by something altogether more suitable in short order.
Professor Henry Brubaker, of the Institute for Studies, said: “The feedback we’ve received is that women don’t like spontaneously bleeding out of their vaginas for up to a week each month for 40 years.
“Fair enough. Also they’re not keen on the headaches, bloating, bad skin and sore boobs that accompany it. Looking at it objectively, as a man, I can see their point.
“We’re hoping that evolution will take notice and come up with something much more palatable. Ideally something that causes no inconvenience or pain whatsoever, which may sound like too much to ask for but is, as has been pointed out to me, the deal men get.”
Emma Bradford of Ludlow said: “No blood, no tampons, no cramps, no mood swings and clearly timed periods of fertility would all be on my wish list.
“But honestly pretty much anything would be better. It’s a f**king mess.”