I don't think evolution really failed here. If anything it succeeded in finding a new way to make more people.
Maybe in a few million years, our main method of procreation will be fellatio followed by a knife in the gut.
Nature decided this teenage demon shouldn't be spawning when it decided not to give her a vagina. Apparently, dude's jizz is highly-evolved, so hopefully it evens out. Isn't the old saying "Make something idiot-proof and we'll find a better idiot"?
Nature doesn't really decide anything as such. Besides, this girl and her stabby boyfriend are all part of nature too.
The only criteria for success from an evolutionary standpoint is passing on your genes. How it happens doesn't matter. I don't seriously think this method would become common though, due to how unlikely it is to succeed.
I thought evolution was about weeding out the unfit? Only the strong survive? From a human standpoint, I'd say humanity won against evolution's attempts to stop one of us from procreating...
If someone manages to reproduce, then they're fit. That's all it takes.
"In biology, evolution is change in the genetic material of a population of organisms through successive generations."
Genetically, this girl was predisposed to not having a birth canal. Without modern science she would not have reproduced. Our knowledge has evolved but we as species did nothing naturally. We just slapped mother nature in the face, when I think it was doing us a favor...I mean, pregnancy by way of fellatio and knife fight? Winners...so glad they're going to be raising the next generation. Natural selection, which is part of the basis of evolution, was thwarted by new human techniques. This means we keep the "weak" alive and breeding, thus slowing our evolutionary roll.
Just because this woman had a particular genetic disorder doesn't mean her kid will have it. Obviously the "no-vagina" gene has been passed down so far for however many million years of human evolution with no ill effects.
Probably it's a rare, recessive gene that doesn't usually get expressed. On the off chance that it was a new mutation that got passed on when it normally wouldn't have, it's no real harm to the rest of humanity. Most likely it would mean one extra generation of one genetic line of people who require an extremely rare occurrence to reproduce.
There's still 6 billion+ other people passing on other sets of genes to compete with her. Two generations is hardly a blip on the evolutionary radar.
What if that kid turns out to be Hitler, Jr? It could be a big blip. Just sayin'. Also, what kind of competition is it if people are allowed to use cheats?
What if the kid turns out to be Gandhi Jr? It could just as easily go the other way.
It's not a cheat because there are no rules. There's no evolution referee who's going call the chick out for illegal use of foreign objects.
I am calling her out, therefore I am the evolution referee. You know there are insects that use impalement in order to reproduce? Insects without vags. Maybe sir, you are correct. Maybe I'm just old fashioned and prefer that we use nonviolent ways to in order to make children.