Ex-vitro refers to an innovation in human reproduction that allows for human fetal gestation and birth outside the womb. It was developed in response to the population crisis accelerated by The Long Typhoon. The technology has been credited with completing the century-long disruption of gender norms.
Humanistas assert that ex-vitro trivialize reproduction and parenting by making the creation of children as easy as ordering takeout.
The long term biological, psychological, social effects of a child born via ex-vitro are indeterminate.