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Having kids is low-IQ

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Having kids is the number one way to contribute to the filth that is the human species.

Any reasonably intelligent man would realize that his daughter is going to grow up to be a whore or slut or a pornstar and his son will be condemned to a life of servitude for very little reward.

Hence, having kids is a sign of being low IQ. 

Which is why women love kids.
 

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Dude having kids is legit terrifying. This world is so fuck up.
I feel bad for anyone born here
 

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I have also noticed that the dumber and poorer someone is the more kids they have.
 

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Legit. Having kids in this overpopulated world is beyond stupid.
 

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Darkman said:
Legit. Having kids in this overpopulated world is beyond stupid.

Wrong, having kids period is beyond stupid

This world is just hell, everything is just horrible struggle.
 

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Kids are fantastic, and they give you an excuse to act like a child again. They're also a reminder of how pure and stress free your life once was. It's a beautiful thing. I want atleast 3. I'm too young now, maybe when i'm an oldcel like 21 or something.
 

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ilikedicks said:
Kids are fantastic, and they give you an excuse to act like a child again. They're also a reminder of how pure and stress free your life once was. It's a beautiful thing. I want atleast 3. I'm too young now, maybe when i'm an oldcel like 21 or something.

lol
so you want to bring kids so you can act like a child and roleplay being "pure"

At least you are honest in your selfishness
 

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My only goal in life is to have a Eurasian son.

You should hope for a daughter, Eurasian men are born fucked 95% of the time.
 

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Parents have kids for selfish reasons. Do you really think that parents are willing to invest their resources in raising you just for the hell of it?

Parents have kids for the same reason that humans have dogs. They want to feel loved. But when a dependent child shows affection to you, that's not real love. Children are biologically wired to show affection to their guardians as a survival mechanism. They are dependent on you to fetch them resources.
 

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alien said:
Parents have kids for selfish reasons. Do you really think that parents are willing to invest their resources in raising you just for the hell of it?

Why do you think that my dad is more butthurt about the fact that I'm unemployed than I am even though he was providing me with meals and shelter just the same when I was a workcel too. The main difference is that maybe my dad's electricity bill is higher now after I went NEET. Because I have the light on in my basement and I'm using my laptop during peak energy hours (the billing rate per Kwh is the biggest M-F from 9am-5pm. And it's a little lighter between 7am-9am and 5pm-7pm. The cheapest energy billing rate is M-F 7pm-7am and on weekends)

Eh just because your parents are shit doesn't translate to parents sucking LOL
 

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I'm never going to have kids myself, that'd be an ineffably cruel thing to do; I'll have a vasectomy in due time. I don't mind kids though, and picking tomatoes and cucumbers with my 2-3-year old nephew at a nearby farm recently was very relaxing. He's a ginger and will surely turn incel, but for now it's all fine.

I intend to mooch of other people's kids and eventually become a creepy uncle.
 

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Lol at having kids for the purpose of them being cute.
 

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sephon said:
Reflex said:
antinatalist checking in


LOL @ you being part of Bird crew

I run this show, sniff hard baby.
 

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Lol at having kids for the purpose of them being cute.
That's almost the entire point of it. Parents want cute little humans to cuddle and kiss and who will cuddle and kiss them back. Parents want to be loved. And it's much easier to win the love of a dependent child than an adult. Listen to one of Stefan Molyneux's old podcast episodes. I believe it's called "Your children Do Not Love You". Something like that. Children are biologically wired to attach to their parents (especially their mom) because they are completely dependent on their parents for resources. Their brains and bodies haven't fully developed yet.

My mom never felt loved by my father. So she sought out love from her kids and her entire identity revolved around being a mom. And my dad was socially pressured to become a father reluctantly because he got my mom pregnant and she didn't want to have an abortion because she was brainwashed by the Catholic church to believe that abortion was a sin and that children are a gift from God. And my dad reluctantly was forced to "take responsibility" by his father. Because as a man that's just what you had to do. As a man, your duty to the fatherland was to procreate and be a productive member of society.

I love my mommy. But she's not here anymore. So what the fuck? I'm an autist stuck in a neurotypical world who doesn't have the social skills to integrate into my society.

And now my dad is seeing me say "fuck that" to procreation and being a productive member of society. And he's seething with jealousy.
 

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alien said:
BetaEurasianCuckold said:
Lol at having kids for the purpose of them being cute.
That's almost the entire point of it. Parents want cute little humans to cuddle and kiss and who will cuddle and kiss them back. Parents want to be loved. And it's much easier to win the love of a dependent child than an adult. Listen to one of Stefan Molyneux's old podcast episodes. I believe it's called "Your children Do Not Love You". Something like that.

My mom never felt loved by my father. So she sought out love from her kids and her entire identity revolved around being a mom. And my dad was socially pressured to become a father reluctantly because he got my mom pregnant and she didn't want to have an abortion because she was brainwashed by the Catholic church to believe that abortion was a sin and that children are a gift from God. And my dad reluctantly was forced to "take responsibility" by his father. Because as a man that's just what you had to do. As a man, your duty to the fatherland was to procreate and be a productive member of society.

I love my mommy. But she's not here anymore. So what the fuck? I'm an autist stuck in a neurotypical world who doesn't have the social skills to integrate into my society.

And now my dad is seeing me say "fuck that" to procreation and being a productive member of society. And he's seething with jealousy.

So your mother was so selfish

she brang you into existence for nothing but HER OWN SELFISH REASONS

YOUR MOTHER






























































YOUR MOTHER
 

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Women love kids because women are all borderline retards.


Read:

  1. 11 Brutally Honest Reasons Why Millennials Don't Want Kids
  2. Nicolas DiDomizio's avatar image  By Nicolas DiDomizio July 30, 2015 LIKE MIC ON FACEBOOK:  
  3. When it comes to embarking on the journey of parenthood, lots of millennials are saying, "Meh. No, thanks."
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  5. According to data from the Urban Institute, birth rates among 20-something women declined 15% between 2007 and 2012. Additional research from the Pew Research Center reflects a longer-term trend of women eschewing parenthood as the number of U.S. women who choose to forego motherhood altogether has doubled since 1970.
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  7. This trend is fascinating, in part because there's long been a taboo associated with people (particularly, women) choosing to opt out of parenthood. Women who choose not to have kids have been referred to as "shallow" and "self-absorbed," and even the pope has said the decision not to procreate is fundamentally "selfish." 
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  9. In an effort to find out why so many young people are really deciding against parenthood, we solicited dozens of responses from our audience via Tumblr and Google Forms. The responses we received from people of all sexes and identities reveal that there are myriad reasons why people are opting out of parenthood — and all of them are equally valid. 
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  11. 1. Kids aren't always financially feasible — especially if you have student loans.
  12. Whether it's the medical costs of giving birth or the lifetime financial commitment that having a child entails, financial reasons were one of the most popular behind why people didn't want kids. Many respondents also specifically called out their student loans as a reason for not being able to afford kids — a trend that doesn't seem to be going anywhere, if the total student debt of the Class of 2015 is any indication.
  13.  
  14. "It leaves your body and it costs $20-30K. I've $40K in student loans already taking up the rest of my life. And that's best case scenario. If anything goes wrong, double it."
  15.  
  16. "I'm pan[sexual] and currently in a relationship with a woman. Having a child biologically would involve a huge medical bill."
  17.  
  18. "If I can hardly afford to live well now on my income, how can I be expected to give a child the life they deserve?"
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  21. Source: Mic/Getty
  22. 2. There's a strong fear of passing down mental health issues.
  23. Those who have struggled with various mental illnesses reported being particularly wary of bringing kids into the world, out of a fear that they would inherit the painful experiences they themselves went through. 
  24.  
  25. "I made up my mind when I had diagnosed with the same mental illness that my mother has. Being raised by my mother who has manic depression was scary. You shouldn't be afraid of your parent."
  26.  
  27. "I've struggled with depression and if I passed that pain on I would feel horrid for inflicting that sadness and numbing on another human. No one deserves to live like this if it can be prevented." 
  28.  
  29. "I am mentally ill and mental illnesses than mine run in my family, as do autoimmune disorders. I do not want to bring a child into the world knowing that there's a strong chance it will struggle like I have."
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  32. Source: Mic/Getty
  33. 3. The population is already out of control.
  34. Some concerned citizens cited overcrowding and environmental concerns as reasons to fear a rapidly growing population. While there's some debate as to whether or not overpopulation is a serious threat to humanity, many millennials see it as a legitimate reason to avoid adding more humans to the equation.
  35.  
  36. "There are too many unwanted kids on the planet as is, so I don't want to bring more into the world. I'm adopting if I ever decide I want kids. People don't understand how bad having a large population is."
  37.  
  38. "I joined [the] zero population growth movement a long time ago for environmental reasons." 
  39.  
  40. "I think we need more do-ers and innovators compared to repopulaters."
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  43. Source: Mic/Getty
  44. 4. Fertility issues can give a different perspective on the necessity of having kids.
  45. While one might assume that infertility only affects older women, some millennials struggle to naturally conceive as well. In fact, according to 2002 data from the Centers for Disease Control, 11% of married women under 29 have dealt with fertility issues. For some women, this can lead them to reconsider whether they even want a kid in the first place.
  46.  
  47. "I can't have kids naturally. It's not a sad thing though. A lot of other women get upset when I tell them that, but I just say I really have no right to complain about one gift I didn't receive when I have been given so many to begin with." 
  48.  
  49. 5. Pregnancy can take a serious physical toll.
  50. Even in the 21st century, childbirth is a strenuous (not to mention potentially dangerous) physical ordeal. Plenty of women just aren't into the idea of using their uteruses as an "incubator," as one very honest respondent put it. 
  51.  
  52. "I'm completely squicked out by pregnancy and labor. Full-on body horror." 
  53.  
  54. "The physical changes my body would go through with the pain of birth is not appealing at all to me."
  55.  
  56. "The idea of carrying a child makes me nauseous." 
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  59. Source: Mic/Getty
  60. 6. With kids comes the pressure to make perfect choices.
  61. Although people who don't want to have kids are often called "selfish," our survey showed they're anything but. If nothing else, our respondents were well aware that the responsibility to be a good parent means consistently putting the child first and making healthy choices for them, and they didn't feel they were up to that challenge. 
  62.  
  63. "It overwhelms me to think that there would be a tiny little person growing inside of me, depending on me to make healthy choices." 
  64.  
  65. "I might fuck them up with horrible parenting."
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  68. Source: Mic/Getty
  69. 7. Not all women are preprogrammed with maternal instincts.
  70. Much like comedian Margaret Cho, who once joked that she "ovulates sand," many women told Mic that they simply didn't feel they were born with motherly urges.
  71.  
  72. "I have personally have never felt the 'motherly instinct' that girls my age who are getting married and pregnant rave about. I have had multiple encounters with children throughout life and it is always an awkward and anxious experience for me."
  73.  
  74. "Children always have irritated me to no end. The only time I enjoy children is when they are quiet, humble, intelligent beings. Obviously these conditions are unreasonable to expect of the tiny humans, so for me, the logical solution is to not have any of my own."
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  77. Source: Mic/Getty
  78. 8. The world isn't always a nice place.
  79. Sometimes the decision to not be a parent is as simple as wanting to spare a child from having to live in a world of jerks. Citing factors like global inequality, bullying or a general discontent with society, many readers don't want their offspring to have to deal with the world's problems. 
  80.  
  81. "I feel we have too many issues recently with law enforcement and government that I do not feel comfortable upbringing kids into this society."
  82.  
  83. "I was bullied a lot as a child. I know what children are capable of and it scares me. I see all children as a potential future threat, simply because about 70% of people in my year group were bullies, and most of them still are. I wouldn't want a child to have to live in a world where they'll either be bullied, or be the bully. I don't think I could handle seeing my child cry from being made fun of, or being told my own child had made someone else cry for fun." 
  84.  
  85. "Honestly our society is kind of fucked up; I don't need to send someone out into that."
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  88. Source: Mic/Getty
  89. 9. Sometimes, career ambitions take priority.
  90. There is research suggesting that the idea of "having it all"—both a family and a kickass career—is something of an unattainable myth. So it's not surprising that a number of our respondents reported they see parenthood vs. career success as an impossible choice to make. Many said they would only view children as possible hindrances to their lofty career goals.
  91.  
  92. "I don't want to have kids because I am studying to be a surgeon and I don't think I could give them the attention they need with such a demanding job."
  93.  
  94. "When I imagine my future, I just don't see any [kids]. I love what I'm studying and I want to get the most out of my career. Whether that includes endless overtime, sleepless nights, relocating, and/or travel."
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  96. "I have noted from quite a young age that when a man and a women get married and have children — it almost always means the women becomes a housewife (unless the parents both have to work). I have worked hard in school and would love to get married some day, but the idea that I would quite my job that I have worked my whole life to stay home for the next 18+ years does not appeal to me."
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  99. Source: Mic/Getty
  100. 10. Children don't fit into every lifestyle.
  101. Even when career goals weren't the primary reason behind the decision, many respondents cited a desire to preserve their already-fulfilling lifestyles as an equally compelling reason why they didn't want kids. These respondents felt that their lives were full (and busy) enough as is, without the added responsibilities that come with having children.
  102.  
  103. "My dream is to visit all 195 countries in the world (been to 23 so far) and I really don't feel like a child fits into the nomad lifestyle I want to live."
  104.  
  105. "With the way I want to live my life, kids would get in the way." 
  106.  
  107. "I don't want kids because they're a fuckton of work."
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  110. Source: Mic/Getty
  111. 11. Ultimately, a reason shouldn't even be necessary.
  112. While the Mic survey illuminated just how varied some of our reasons for not wanting to have kids are, one reason stood out among all the others: not needing a reason at all. After all, our personal choice as to what we want to do with our bodies are just that, personal. Many respondents felt they didn't need to provide an explanation one way or the other. 
  113.  
  114. "Sometimes I think that "I just don't want to" isn't enough of a reason to explain the lack of progeny. Then I think, why the hell should the reason matter to anyone other than myself? And I am content with that." 
  115.  
  116. "I don't want kids because I just don't. I shouldn't have to explain my reasoning, or even have a reason at all: my body, my choice."
 

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Reflex said:
So your mother was so selfish

she brang you into existence for nothing but HER OWN SELFISH REASONS
Sure but it's not just that
1. She was brainwashed by her Roman Catholic society to believe that children are a gift from God and will bring you happiness.
2. She was brainwashed by her Roman Catholic culture to believe that she will go to hell if you have an abortion.
3. Abortion was a criminal offense in Portugal when she had my older brother.
4. Unsanctioned abortions were very unsafe back when she had my older brother. Could lead to serious complications or death.

Meanwhile I am an anti-natalist because...
1. I'm an agnostic and rejected the Roman Catholic faith I was raised in.
2. Abortion is completely legal in Canada these days
3. Modern-day abortions in legal clinics are very safe. With some risk of complications like infertility.
4. I'm a product of the information age. I grew up with internet access since I was 13. My parents didn't.
5. The quality of public education in 90s/00s Canada was far better than in 50s/60s Portugal. And I was an A student.
6. My parents put me through University. And I had a great GPA.
7. I am an autistic savant
8. Therefore I was able to realize more of my intellectual potential and am far more intelligent than my parents ever were
 

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alien said:
Reflex said:
So your mother was so selfish

she brang you into existence for nothing but HER OWN SELFISH REASONS
Sure but it's not just that
1. She was brainwashed by her Roman Catholic society to believe that children are a gift from God and will bring you happiness.
2. She was brainwashed by her Roman Catholic culture to believe that she will go to hell if you have an abortion.
3. Abortion was a criminal offense in Portugal when she had my older brother.
4. Unsanctioned abortions were very unsafe back when she had my older brother. Could lead to serious complications or death.

Meanwhile I am an anti-natalist because...
1. I'm an agnostic and rejected the Roman Catholic faith I was raised in.
2. Abortion is completely legal in Canada these days
3. Modern-day abortions in legal clinics are very safe. With some risk of complications like infertility.
4. I'm a product of the information age. I grew up with internet access since I was 13. My parents didn't.
5. The quality of public education in 90s/00s Canada was far better than in 50s/60s Portugal. And I was an A student.
6. My parents put me through University. And I had a great GPA.
7. I am an autistic savant
8. Therefore I was able to realize more of my intellectual potential and was far more intelligent than my parents


I get it, she didn't know any different.

just the part where you said your mother never felt loved by your father, annoyed me for reasons i don't know.
 
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