Sexual Reproduction, biological means by which men create other, smaller men through the use of an intermediary. At the start of the process, the man places his reproductive organ into a cavity provided by the intermediary and transfers a volume of genetic material into the receptacle. A tiny capsule accepts the man’s genetic material and stores it in a larger, oval-shaped holding area within the intermediary’s midsection. Prior to dismissal, the intermediary promises to alert the progenitor when the little man is ready; the man then enters a nine-month period of preparing for the new man’s arrival by working, eating, sleeping, and socializing to relieve stress. When this interval has passed, the intermediary informs the man of the new little man’s completion. In some cases, the intermediary malfunctions and accidentally creates a new little intermediary.