Six New York City mothers are suing the maker of a baby sex test that touted its product as 'infallibly accurate,' saying the test results they received were wrong.
Wow. I mean, even if you were flipping a coin you'd expect to get three of those six right.
In papers filed in Manhattan Supreme Court, the women claim they received incorrect results from the $275 Baby Gender Mentor test by Acu-Gen Biolab Inc., of Lowell, Massachusetts.
You see, now they have used to word 'gender' we all know what they mean. At the start of this news item when they called it a 'baby sex test' some of us were a little worried. "I hope it comes back negative."
The suit says the test maker advertised its product as the 'gold standard for prenatal gender detection.'
That's great but you don't really need a test that tells you the gender of the baby. Look around at thee new mums and you can see that they don't care if it's a boy or a girl. No, what they need is a test that works out who the father is.
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