Should handicapped people be aborted and or euthanized?
The answer is, undeniably: Yes.
They should be.
Now, allow me to explain.
People, regardless of gender, who are born with either a mental disability or a physical disability, that is of such a degree it has been socially proven to hinder normal common functions, should not be allowed to suffer through a life of misery at the hands of care-takers and or sitters.
Not only is someone who is mentally handicapped or physically handicapped a drain to society, to tax-payers, and to their own family members and “friends” who are forced to care for them each day, but they, themselves, will suffer a lifetime of meaninglessness and agony.
This has to end.
The simple solutions for this would be to:
A) Test for hindering disabilities, and upon finding one, have the child aborted at the mother’s permission (which should be greatly encouraged or even lawfully mandated).
B) Have any child who manages to be born in a way that evades abortion euthanized as soon as possible, in order to keep them from straining not only society, but their own family as well.
Men should take no roll in this decision. And, they should have no interaction with the process of aborting or euthanizing the handicapped child; for multiple reasons:
A man performing an abortion of this sort, which slightly reflects a Spartan-esque ideology, would be doing nothing more than posturing and inflating their masculinity, as they are then, by extension, the official executioner of a life which they did not birth, and physically cannot birth.
Only women should be the official “executioners” or “doctors” who perform these ceremonial procedures, because, if a woman were to do it, it would be an act of kindness by the very inherent nature of that which is female. They would be, essentially, putting a life out of its misery so that it did not have to suffer. Unlike a man, who would only be asserting his dominance over said life, which he cannot ever even hope to produce; due to lacking the necessary genetic components for giving birth.
If a male or a female is found, in the womb, to be disabled, or are able to be born with a disability, which would, in the future of their life, cause an economic, mental and physical strain on their family, and even society as a whole, they should be aborted or euthanized.
That is my verdict on this important issue.
Thank you for your consideration!
Femitheist Divine, The New Era of Feminism 93 Comments
[7/29/2012 10:53:17 AM]
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Submitted By: Ahmer