In a way, the ultimate girl gadget is GenSelect - in that it symbolizes how far we've come and how things have changed. Even a hundred years ago, if we couldn't pump out a couple of sons to carry on the family line, there was Clearly Something Wrong With Us. Now that that idea is near laughably passé, we actually have the technology to control it. GenSelect - supposedly anyhow - allows you to 'adjust your vaginal environment' with herbs and mineral supplements to make it more likely that you conceive a boy or a girl in particular. If you had your heart set on a girl and seemed to only be producing boys, $439 would be cheap for a three month kit. Claims 96% efficacy, there's a money-back guarantee and 'free online support'. Now that's the part that the peanut gallery is most curious about. [GT]
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