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04 March 2013 - 01:56 AMSpoiler
I made mine in Spoiler format because I have a feeling if a lot of others do this, the loadtime for the page is going to explode.
22 February 2013 - 04:40 AMMass sterilization wouldn't be so bad. I wouldn't have to use a condom in the ICU where they keep those chicks that wrap their cars around trees trying to reply to a text. "LOL" indeed.
We've had this discussion before. "Random" sterilization is retarded. The socially responsible thing to do would be to single out the people capable of creating socially dependent genetic anomalies and sterilize them. Conversely, we could just make abortion mandatory for every baby that would create the same social deficit.
(The test for Asperger's would be playing an episode of My Little Pony next to the womb followed by beating the pregnant woman like a pinata if the fetus shows affinity.)
Fucking brilliant response. 10/10, would read again.
20 February 2013 - 10:21 PMThe sad truth is there are just to many people. This is a better ideal then segregation of certain groups of people.
You have to think though - what happens if we do random sterilization instead of pre-planned? If someone has a higher chance of having children with Down's Syndrome vs a healthy adult with no prior history of genetic illness in their family, who would you want to produce kids especially if you're going to sterilize 95% of the population?
20 February 2013 - 09:57 PMPretty sure a large chunk of the population would willingly get themselves fixed. I'd be in line for it. They can take my ovaries.
But at the same time, what happens to those who DO want kids and are mentally capable and financially stable enough to have kids? What about those who want kids, but have a past of generic illnesses or defects? Would they be wiped out of the "breeding pool" even though they have a desire to have kids?
I can't really place my answer in just yes or no, I think a wide spectrum of considerations and debates would have to be addressed before I could simply say "Yes! No kids for you!" or "No! Kids only for the select few!"
19 February 2013 - 06:47 PMSpoiler