Q: How do evolutionists explain the slow development of male and female reproductive systems? If some type of early creature is reproducing asexually, when and why does it start developing male and female reproductive systems? The complexity of these systems would also seem to preclude their evolutionary development.
A: You make an excellent point. Evolutionists don’t really have an answer to these questions. Those who are brave enough to bring up the topic of the evolution of sex tend to divide it into two parts: the origin of sex and the maintenance of sex. The latter topic includes information from scientific observations of sexually reproducing creatures today and is the major focus of much research on this topic (Wikipedia).
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