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Metazoxan wrote:


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Not sure why your dropping a mic i meant in the way that unlike being Autistic the negatives of blindness outweigh the positives of course the same is with Autism but Autism can positively impact people in more ways then blindness can you of all people should know i'm notoriously bad at wording what i mean.


It's so selfish to cure a child without them making such a decision that's such a big change no one should have the right over something like that on that level just to fix something their child may not even find as annoying or something that makes life hard for them.


No ..... no it isn't. just because you feel you benefitted from autism doesn't mean that it's a positive thing that helps people more than hurts them. ESPECIALLY if they get a more severe level of it and as far as I know there is no way to gauge that kind of thing early on.


And you're even more selfish as you're deciding their better off growing up with it and making such a decision for them. Again surgeries like this can only really be done in infancy safely because of how the brain develops. So choosing to deny a cure is deciding the child's future just as much as choosing to give it to them.




Also one other thing I'd like to bring up. Do you even know what parenting is? Part of being a parent is occasionally making decisions on your child's behalf. It can be because they are too young and irresponsible or it could be because they made the same mistake and don't want tehir child to make the same one.

But part of being a parent is making decisions on your behalf that they feel is best for you. It's important because children are naive and if left alone will generally ruin their lives because they don't understand the consequences of their actions. Again curind brain defects isn't something you can just casually leave until they are 15 or 20 or whatever. It's more effective and safer to do during youth.

So curing it falls under the "decisions parents have to make for their children" category.




I never said it was a positive thing also i said if someone is sever curing it is something they should do however curing people because it MAY be severe is stupid and foolish imo.

I may being selfish but it's equally as selfish to force people into being Neurotypical so we are all selfish in someones eyes i guess.
Surgeries can only be done in infancy now true hopefully this changes in the future but its unlikely but still i personally don't think a person should have the right to make this choice even if it means the person might suffer alot this is my opinion on the matter if your child is Autistic and you get the chance and want to go ahead i have no power to stop you.

Yes i do know what parenting is parenting is making good decision for your child that they will be glad about and to raise them the best you can people shouldn't ruin their childs lives however i don't personally belief curing falls under the decisions a parent has to make unless it's a purely negative thing.

Something like Autism is difficult because letting people develop low functioning Autism is wrong but forcing a HFA person to become "Normal" is also wrong this is a situation where i feel there is no real answer.

So as i said before if it was your own child do as you like but i would never do such a thing to my own nor do i think it's fair or right if you can't respect my opinions then that's fine i respect yours i disagree with them but honestly if i forced you to not do something i would be being just as selfish as the person forcing their child to become normal.

I hope for a better solution in the future instead of just curing and eliminating i hope to see it within my life time personally but im unsure such a thing will ever happen sadly.
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I have said my part im going i need to retire for the night and honestly i can see people are against me and won't change their opinion and i won't mind you guys fight for what you want but im going to fight for what i want whatever happens i just hope people can be happy and not regret their decisions and that some of us will still exist for the next thousand or so years o/ cya all
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I guess ur right, but as we said its up to the individual, so as for me itd feel like a piece was taken
And i do aee ur point with surgery younger


Fair enough. I'm a firm believer in peojple living as they wish.

However I believe this only applies to ones self and should NEVER be enforced onto others. This is why I despise the current LGBT community. They don't stop at living their own lives they try to force everyone to agree with them and live according to their values.

Someone who is cripple may feel comfortable that way and feel it's part of who they are. That doesn't mean a cure shouldn't be found though does it? Of course not because most cripples would do almost anything to be able to walk.

There is a difference between being happy with who you are and being in denial of your problems. Autism is a defect and that's a fact. You shouldn't look down on yourself for it as no one is perfect but you are a stronger person by accepting that defect rather than running into denial and telling yourself there is nothing wrong and you're just special.


Like again take my little brother. I love the kid and don't look down on him at all. But what he needs isn't to use nonsense terms like "Neurodivergent" to make himself feel special. He needs to understand that he has a defect and how to deal with it. that's how he's going to survive in the real world.
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OP its time to stop... put the keyboard down...
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Ryulightorb wrote:

i just hope people can be happy and not regret their decisions

I believe that is what most people want. I may disagree with your ideals, but I won't fault you for having them. Have a good night.
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