These are questions for anyone who understands the modern theory of supersymmetry. I have recently read some articles on supersymmetry and its capacity to unify the forces of nature, along with providing a better explanation on the arisal of the higgs mechanism. Q1: Fermions and bosons are effectively governed by interchangeable laws. But if so, why don't bosons have antiparticles? Q2: If antiparticles have supersymmetric partners, does this mean the asymmetry in matter-antimatter appplies for supersymmetric particles too? Q3: Has there been any evidence for supersymmetry since 2000?