July 28th, 2006


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12:22 pm - on children, clones and cell research...

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on children, clones and cell research... - graffiti.maverick

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From: ludimagist Date: July 28th, 2006 - 06:56 pm (Link)
If I had the means and the wherewithal, I'd be all about farming out MaveriClones to use as replacement parts for myself.

This comes up quite a bit in Robert Heinlein
's books.

And, to check in, I am pro choice and pro research.

Pro choice seems obvious to me, people have the rights to their own bodies. I think abortion is horrible and I know people who have had them and were pretty traumatized by them, but in the circumstances they were in that was the lesser evil. What seems to be the problem is that there is an assumption among certain pro lifers that abortion is taken lightly by those who go through it. From what I've learned it's an agonizing choice and a last resort.

But there is more at play than that, what it comes down to also is sexual freedom. Ali G uncovered a bit about this in some of his fine investigative journalism work. Placing limits on birth control (whatever form) places more limitations on extramarital heterosexual relations. And that's an even bigger subject.

We seem to think alike in the pro research side of things

[User Picture]From: chrismaverick Date: July 31st, 2006 - 02:19 am (Link)
to be fair, there are some people who do take it lightly, but I tend to believe that it should be their choice to feel that way as well. But you're right, for the most part, among the women I know who have had them, its an agonizing choice there too.
 

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