The mentally retarded
Those with genetic diseases that will cost the State
Those receiving government assistance (food stamps, welfare)
Those who've already had 2 or 3 kids (overpopulation)
Anyone failing a psychological test
Women over 35 (Higher rate of genetic anomalies)
Girls under 18
Forced birth control is a violation of basic human rights
My list would include telemarketers, self help gurus, scientologists, k-mart shoppers, mimes and lobbyists.
I can pobably think of some more with due time.
"you're better off on Stormfront discussing how evil brown men are taking innocent white flowers." Infinite Chaos
My point exactly. You can't claim to be pro-choice and then force somebody to make a choice. That is hypocritical. A more accurate name would be supporters of forced abortion or anti-childbirth.What if someone is "pro-choice" for the same reasons they are in favor of mandatory birth control?
What if the same "pro-choice" person was actually in favor of mandatory abortions as well?
Not everyone uses the same mentality for supporting abortion. For some people, it's not choice that's an issue. It's the belief that most people shouldn't have kids to begin with.
I'm not saying that's my position, but I do know some people who hold that position.
This is why the pro-choice label is misleading. Some people are just pro-abortion.
Procreation is not a consequence. It is a means of continuing a species. In the natural world, procreation is the necessary benefit of sex. Without it species would cease to exist.Originally Posted by LiveUninhibited
And that's why norplant was invented.