Shaw thought himself a genius both as playwright and political thinker, as did many of his followers.
The two women also give you a closer look than the Controller's talk did at personal relations in a world that prizes promiscuity and makes monogamy impossible. Huxley wants you to answer that question, too.
Living means for him also unpleasant things, like feelings, although they can lead to unhappiness. The listeners, almost hysterical, upset tube after tube of spermatozoa, another example of Huxley's grimly appropriate jokes. The baby grows up to be John; his return to London leads to the total humiliation of the Director.
The Director mentions all these things and more before Huxley tells you that the Hatchery hatches human beings.
Now they start to speak about the concept that each of them has of happiness. Lab Safety Rules Finally, the most dangerous of all scientific advancements Huxley warns of, is the progress in psychology.
Mond tells him that they try to keep people away of the old things, even if they are beautiful.