@Tabby, not sure if you're serious, but many people frown on state-controlled reproduction.
One argument is for providing IUDs or Birth Control Shots to mothers in these situations, which is a temporary stop to having more children. However, there is one large segment of the population that is against any form of contraception, and another opposite segment of the population that is against any form of limiting rights... there is no overlap of people that would find this effective.
- downvoted post by (((Tabby Juggernaut)))
Anecdote - worth having a solution?: 2/7/2017 15:12:55
Feline freedom means felines have freedom. It does not mean non-felids have the same freedom felines enjoy.
The Felinist society is really a caste-based one. Cats are at the top, canids are at the bottom and others between them. Cats control the Felinist society. Non-Cats follow Cats while canids are our perpetual enemies and hence deserve harsh treatment.
Edited 2/7/2017 17:43:31
- downvoted post by Japanball
Anecdote - worth having a solution?: 2/7/2017 18:48:04
^As an asexual STEM dude that does not even attempt to win favor from a young lady (which is impossible anyway since the more ladies know about me the less they will ever like me) I'm an enemy of natural human reproduction.
I don't need company. In fact I hate and can not tolerate it. I would't have married even if I were born in Saudi Arabia since I have rejected the very idea of families as something oppressive and undesirable. Some people complain about cats due to people getting toxplasmosis from cats they feed. OK what about having another human who always sleep beside you? Humans are much worse than any animals in causing you to be sick.
The key is that I have nothing to gain from any human breeding system I know of because I simply hate breeding. No I don't blame feminism. In fact you can try to give me a legal sex slave and I will still refuse her since I just don't want to have another human on my bed.
Coupledom is what wolves prefer.
Edited 2/10/2017 02:42:41
Anecdote - worth having a solution?: 2/10/2017 02:36:50
Dad is getting custody of the baby. Supposedly Dad and Mom do not live together officially.
But the nurses saw right through this.
After DCFS (Child Services) decides that Dad can have the baby alone and gets out of the picture, and before they can release the baby because it is still going through withdrawal, "Mom" comes in to ask questions about types of bottles, etc. that she should have at home to take care of the baby.
What's the nurse supposed to do? Answer the questions and hope that the "Mom" takes care of her baby with the right supplies, or report her to DCFS because the Mom isn't supposed to have anything to do with the baby.
P.S. The "Mom" is a sarcastic term.
Anecdote - worth having a solution?: 2/13/2017 21:24:55