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First world reproduction is irresponsible from a globally humanitarian perspective

Reasons for reproduction:

1. To continue one's bloodline

2. To carry out a socio-psychological project undertaken to affirm one's own ability to see a human to fruition in social, economic, academic (etc) climates.

Reasons for adopting children:

1. To carry out a socio-psychological project undertaken to affirm one's own ability to see a human to fruition in social, economic, academic (etc) climates.

2. Provide stable living conditions for children, already born, who live in abject poverty.

3. Keep the global population under control


I think the reasons for adopting children outweigh the reasons for reproduction.

By reproducing and not adopting you are actively avoiding a solution to poverty, and perpetuating global problems.

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logically maybe, but the innate desire to "To continue one's bloodline" will not be denied. So from a humanitarian perspective you may be onto something but from a practical and emotional perspective, not a chance.

And limiting it to "first world" is silly reproduction is irresponsible everywhere.

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