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Would you stay with someone who is sterile?
Posted 12/1/13

kinga750 wrote:

No. I require a new baby every 10 months. For sustenance.


LOL.what a great reason.I'm positively floored
Posted 12/1/13
Of course.

But your significant other should let you know if they cannot produce children (if they know beforehand).
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Posted 12/1/13

aeb0717 wrote:

Well, there's about a 70% chance that I am sterile, so... Of course. There's adoption, surrogate mother-options, and I can always suck it up and be happy as is.


70%? Don't answer if you feel it's too personal, but how do you know? Where did you get the number? Medical test, Personal diagnosis, family history? What type of test?
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Posted 12/1/13

Nobodyofimportance wrote:


aeb0717 wrote:

Well, there's about a 70% chance that I am sterile, so... Of course. There's adoption, surrogate mother-options, and I can always suck it up and be happy as is.


70%? Don't answer if you feel it's too personal, but how do you know? Where did you get the number? Medical test, Personal diagnosis, family history? What type of test?


It's not particularly personal, because we're just talking biology. I'll be nice to other people and "spoiler," though.

Posted 12/1/13 , edited 12/1/13

puellapeanut wrote:

Of course.

But your significant other should let you know if they cannot produce children (if they know beforehand).


This ^ thank goodness someone else believe in honesty.
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Posted 12/1/13
I wouldn't mind it. You can always adopt a child as well.
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Posted 12/1/13
I would. I don't want kids (:
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Posted 12/1/13
Kids are scary and stinky, Sterile can be a plus
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Posted 12/1/13 , edited 12/1/13

Treequil wrote:

So I was wondering after reading the "Would you stay in a relationship with someone who changed their sexual orientation?" post, as a lot of people were put off simply due to the fact of reproduction (the actual question asked if they changed their sex, not sexual orientation). So here's my question...

Let's say you've been dating someone for a while, and you really really like them, but all of a sudden they reveal to you that they're sterile (i.e. they can't reproduce). Would you stay with them?


Heck yeah! Having kids are overrated anyway. Who wants to be woken up at 3am and then have to drag a screaming baby everywhere? Not me. I hear screaming babies at stores and movie theaters. They annoy everyone else but I feel so bad for the parents that have to deal with that mess.

Also, there are little kids that are just really disrespectful to their parents in public places. The parents don't want to discipline the kid in front of everyone so the kid picks up on the fact he can act however he/she wants to in public. I really can't deal with that.

All in all, if I love someone and it turned out that he told me he couldn't get me pregnant, that would be a plus!

If I was living with someone who decided to change their orientation, sure it would be weird for a while but it wouldn't be a problem if I genuinely cared about that person. That's my opinion anyway...
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Posted 12/1/13
Because reproduction is the only reason for two people to get married...
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Posted 12/1/13
Sure, why not?
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Posted 12/1/13
Yes, of course I would. I'm okay with adoption and even if we never had kids, I would be okay with it.
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Posted 12/1/13
yup
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Posted 12/1/13
I'm not fond of the idea of having children. And, as other people have stated, there are many other options for would-be parents.

I would consider sterility a plus, personally.
Posted 12/2/13 , edited 12/2/13
Not a problem for me, since I don't want any children, I tell ppl I date straight up, I'm not going to look after any children, I'll play board games with them, but I'm not looking after one since I'm mentally 10 myself
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