The article “An artificial womb successfully grew baby sheep — and humans could be next” and the story “Brave New World” both dig into the dystopian element that the natural world is banished or distrusted. In Brave New World (BNW) the idea of parents is a historical and crazy thing, “ ‘My father!’... Laughter broke out, enormous, almost hysterical” (151). Mothers and fathers are not at all a thing in BNW, when someone was brought up by a real human being people do not know how to react. Aldous Huxley is presenting the idea that soon enough humans could come into this world without parents, perfected and polished for the better of society. He’s getting to the point that although it is great to have technology advancing, bringing children into the world without parents could take a toll on their mental health as they get older. In “An artificial womb successfully grew baby sheep — and humans could be next” they say “It’s appealing to imagine a world where artificial wombs grow babies, eliminating the health risk of pregnancy. But it’s important not to get ahead of the data”. They are getting to the idea that it would be great to have children come into the world without the risk and hardship of pregnancy. While it would be good to live without the risks pregnancy brings, the connection between a parent and a child is a major thing society and individuals would be missing out on. How will they grow up without the bond between a child and a parent? If everyone is brought up in a plastic bag there will not be individuality, emotions and uniqueness. Our society must find a way to fit in sentiments and feelings towards mothers and fathers, while also advancing technology.