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I guess you could think of the unborn offspring as simply another one of the aphid's organs... while the aphid develops inside her mother, her daughter develops inside of her like one of her eyes. Aphids are parthenogenic so they don't require a male, but they do reproduce sexually at certain times. The new-born female already begins asexual reproduction before birth.
um... no. very few animals have sex for pleasure. i'll go look it up to be sure but i think it's just us and dolphins
Read up on some biology. Very few organisms actually feel pleasure. Emotions occur in organisms AFTER a long period of evolution. Things like genital sensitivity present no problem to evolution. Do some research and find some evidence that supports YOUR argument before you dismiss Darwinian evolution.