Here is a basic wiki guide to it:
Overpopulation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Here is an example. There is a group of deer that drink from a small pond. The pond rarely is replenished with water, but the number of deer is small enough that there is no issue. There is a population boom of deer, but this results in the pond drying up. As a result, the deer are without water. They die before the water is replenished. Had the population not grown as fast, there would have been no problem.
I don't see what is so hard to understand here.
"Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free."
"When we live authentically we create an opportunity for others to walk out of their dark prisons of pretend into freedom."
Abortions have been around forever.
Killing unwanted children has been around forever.
Killing the child and mother of an adulterer has been around forever.
Contraception, or attempting to ward off pregnancy, has been around forever.
There is nothing about sex, in the civilized modern world, that indicates that sex is about reproduction because OTHERWISE none of the above would be happening.
Both my point are correct.Good Lord, take some biology classes and human behavior classes and learn something.
1. You make a lot of straw man arguments.
2. The goal of humans is to survive. Kids are a by-product.
I never got anything less than a B+ in a biology class and never once did any teacher or professor utter ANYTHING about sex being solely for reproductive purposes.
That said... I care that my children survive. If I had no children and the entire human race was about the perish, along with me, I would not rush out and impregnate a bunch of women so that the human race could survive. I wouldn't care. I doubt anybody in that situation would. The idea that we care about "humanity" surviving is stupid. We care about our families and friends... if they all die then that is that.
Also, men are sexually attracted to good-looking women. Why? Because good looks are an outside measure of healthiness. Again, these are instinctual behaviors.