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For the sake of the planet, women should decide to stop reproducing — 7 Comments

  1. I see women with children and grandchildren who are run ragged, often left to support them. I have childless friends who have more money than those with children and they appear happier than those with children and grandchildren. The financial situation in this country is so chaotic I’d hate to be a young mother these days. There’s no way to survive unless you make a lot of money and can afford daycare or can have a family member watch the children, which leads up back to women who are run ragged between their children and grandchildren.

  2. I agree. Humans are producing way too many spawn. It actually makes me sick! I have never had fleshlings and never will. We are over populated as it is. Too many opening their fucking legs and men can’t keep their dick in their pants. Disgusting!

    • 🙂 You make your point. Humans need to discuss overbreeding as a matter of urgency. We are overburdening the planet and squeezing out wild animals. There is no where near enough discussion on this topic. It is taboo and non-pc. But times are changing.

  3. This a very bold and courageous article, and I thank you for publishing it. I completely agree with the idea of limiting population growth and its catastrophic consequences. And it is outrageous and ludicrous to blame cats for the decline of bird populations which is a direct result of human activities and actions!
    I am 54, and, although I always wanted to have kids, I made the conscious decision in my mid twenties not to have any.

    • Thanks a lot for your kind words Frédérique. I was in two minds about writing about it. My thoughts are the same as yours on reproducing. I think the world is not good enough for one and secondly there are too many people already. I don’t think I want to bring children into this world. Perhaps I have grown too cynical but I have always felt like this.

      Yes, it is a difficult topic. We tend to get criticised for talking about social engineering. But I don’t care. It needs to be said.

      • And of course, when natural resources will have dwindled to nothing, hungry and thirsty people will blame the government…

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