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Sep. 23rd, 2010 | 04:52 pm

Do you think having children is a fundamental human right? Should there should be any restrictions?

Honestly, i think there's a point where we should put restrictions on it.
Eventually, if we keep going at this rate, the population is going to grow too big and there won't be enough room or food for people.
Putting restrictions on children is the safest, most humane way to lessen the population.

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Emcy

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from: petiteloutre
date: Sep. 24th, 2010 04:39 pm (UTC)
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I rather agree with this. However, I think it varies. If you're a rural parent, I think you should be allowed to have more children, provided your producing agricultural means (be that plant or meat) for your community. If you're urban, I don't think you should go overboard.

Then again, on that same note, the amount of children that people are having in this day and age has dropped drastically to only about one or two, with the odd exception of three+. So, I guess, overall, we're on a pretty good track so far on keeping our population balanced. It's more a matter of our medical advances having us live so long that makes the issue hard to, well, truly keep balance.

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from: lemonaduh
date: Sep. 24th, 2010 08:56 pm (UTC)
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Oh ! of course i agree. i just think there are plaes where restrictions DO need to be made. some families have 10+ children, and they can't even take care of them. it's rather rediculous. :\

Yeah, i suppose. still, though, people are living longer and longer every year, and there's already an excess of children and elders. so it's a really tricky question, really. D:

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