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Guys if you could have a baby. Would you?
Posted 12/27/15


I don't understand. Meh.
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Posted 12/27/15 , edited 12/27/15
There're women who won't consider having babies too. All pregnancy risks your life though the percentage of risk changes with age and circumstances. After reading my mother's obstetric books as a teen I was amazed that any mother and baby survived birth.
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Posted 12/28/15

KarenAraragi wrote:


Rujikin wrote:


KarenAraragi wrote:


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If nature wanted me to have kids I would be born a woman. I might as well clone if I am going to ssuch absurd lengths to get a child


Not about wanting to have a child or your gender. Is about wanting to have a child yourself if giving the opportunity.


Who said anything about Gender? I am talking about my sex. If nature wanted me to have kids it would have made me a female. Apparently I am not suppose to have children inside of me so why would I go against millions of years of evolution?


Did you even read what you write ? You say has nothing do with gender but you bring mother nature in the conversation. So you are making your reason for saying no about gender. Because that what your mother nature gave you. You are making it about your gender being the reason you say no.

Dude if you don't want to have a child. That fine and all really. But don''t give me BS. When you say is because of evolution and mother nature. Your reason to saying no is your gender.


Also I know what I wrote and I stand by it. Mother nature gave me a sex not a gender. You can't change your sex as it is ingrained in every one of your cells. Gender is just a stereotype based off of observations.

I believe in God's system of evolution. My sex is all that matters gender is nothing more than a stereotype just like the American stereotype. It's fun to play the stereotype at times but I don't base any real decisions off of it.
Posted 12/28/15


Fuck it. I no going to even try with you.
Posted 12/28/15 , edited 12/28/15


"OK so let say the technology get there. Would you try have a baby or hell no?"

Alright, I'm sorry KarenAraragi, but your faith in Technology magically giving men the ability to fully support and sustain a child is just pure nonsense, it literally can't happen.

First, you have to understand that the person in that report, who was on the Oprah show was already born with a fully functional uterus. This wasn't some man, as a matter of fact, it's actually a woman, period. Nothing anatomically could be argued differently. There are no transgender mammals in nature that randomly go from one sex to another, as far as we know. We can't use this as a baseline. Those mammals that would have this similar case, would most likely endure some sort of problem and die. It wasn't meant to be or function in such a way.

Second, the female reproductive system is the BEST possible system for a child to develop in. No amount of artificial technology would be able to reproduce the same environment with the same amount of efficiency for development , even artificial fertilization has to have a female surrogate. Do you understand that the female brain has specific chemical messengers that link to the endocrine system, that create metabolic process for the entire body? The pelvis will literally be expanded to give birth, just from one of these hormones.

The whole development of the child's body would have to be in an organic body that can't be modified. Cells in your body, unless they're stem cells, can't just be used to create an environment for child birth, it literally goes against the entire law of nature. Understand that the rarity of a child being born in an abdomen attaching to organs is in fact BAD. Unless the organs were artificial or non-organic, meaning the cells wouldn't be able to cling on anything, it's not viable at all. It would be an insanely large health risk, not just for the person but for the child as well. Not having the best available resources, is a guaranteed death from an already risky health operation.

The other reason no, being that it's purely unethical. The idea that I would get myself pregnant just to have a child is selfish. To rear a child and give it life and the best possible chance to live, has to be an act of pure unselfishness. Wanting to pass down my genes and bloodline to help generate a better society and give back to help sustain that society has to be an unselfish motivation. It should always be about raising and giving a child life for the child's sake, not my own.

There is literally no reason why I can't just have a child the safest, best way, with a woman, naturally, than conducing something that I know was made for selfish reasons.





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Posted 12/29/15
I'm still in high school, I can't afford a baby nor do I have the time to care for one.
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Posted 12/29/15
For those of you would would say yes... beware... babies are not strong swimmers... at all...

Posted 12/29/15 , edited 12/30/15

I can't be bother to read the rest when you yourself didn't even bother to read. First I never say I have faith. You are putting words on me I haven't say. Two that Oprah thing was dismiss in the argument being made in the post. When you bother to read the whole thing and no read just the first few words. Make your case.

All you need to do was say yes or no. Answer a HYPOTHETICAL question with HYPOTHETICAL answer. Under the scenario being presented that every problem you could have is being solve. Witch was done in the argument being made in the post.

So the whole paragraph you made is meaningless. The Oprah thing was dismiss for obvious reasons. I never say I have faith. The post answer every one of your problems concerning the safety and health of the baby and the other person. But no. Fuck reading.
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Posted 12/30/15
Depends on many things, but probably no. At the moment it sounds like one of those products on shopping tv channels which say that they will turn your life into golden dream.

Can't trust shady business like that

If we think If I could be in such time and place where it would be possible to use science to do that and be the first case, still probably no.
Someone who likes to go for Guinnes world records would probably do it.

I think I side with the nature with this.
Posted 12/30/15
I would gladly let a woman lay eggs in my butt.
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Posted 12/30/15
I 120% do not want children ever, and even if I was a man, that fact would not change.
I find the thought of having a child nauseating. They are so expensive and time consuming. I would rather save my money and travel the world.
Posted 12/30/15 , edited 12/30/15
I don't ever want kids, but If by some miracle I do have kids I'm going to get a house or apartment on the opposite side of the road where the school is located so when they cross the street they hopefully get hit by a car or the bus and them BAM problem solved.
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Posted 12/30/15
Yes if it will be a child with Aspergers or HFA.

I'm not able to deal with NT children...
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Posted 12/30/15
A little version of me. Raised by me. To be me? I'll pass. I'm more trouble than I'm worth xD
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Posted 12/30/15
Given the hypothetical situation it seems you're trying to imply that it would be just as safe for man and child as it would be with a woman, I still probably would not. Women have had to deal with the effects of their body getting ready for such an event from a young age. I wouldn't want to take whatever privilege to be had of sharing life with my child away.

I would say yes probably only if there was no other way. I'm also not so attached to my genes that I wouldn't adopt. It's also such a huge hypothetical that it makes it hard to entertain the idea.
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