Having done so, it is discouraging, she does seem ungrateful and neglectful and irresponsible.
lf you had a daughter with Down Syndrome , should you tell her not to reproduce?
No way in hell I'd allow my down's syndrome daughter to reproduce
The law would prevent you from preventing an intervention.
Maybe Einstein would've concluded you should not reproduce....based on a relative IQ. What makes you so special?
Why do you think you're entitled to the benefits you assume are ONLY for you?
What if their IQ is low, and they're incapable of making better life choices. Are people with Down Syndrome not entitled to the pursuit of happiness? I'm being a little of a devil's advocate here. Please indulge me. I know some capable and choose are not too but....there are some who simply didn't get genetical, social whatever, advantages you did....lf you had a daughter with Down Syndrome , should you tell her not to reproduce?
More than 400,000 Americans are living with Down syndrome -- born with three, rather than two, copies of the 21st chromosome, according to the National Down Syndrome Society (NDSS).
Their cognitive abilities are varied -- some are profoundly incapacitated while others are very high-functioning -- but their need for love, affection and acceptance is as ordinary as all adults.
They have an increased risk for heart defects, respiratory and hearing problems, Alzheimer's disease, childhood leukemia and thyroid conditions. But because many of these conditions are now treatable, most now lead healthy lives.
And now, with more social acceptance, a small, but growing number of those adults are taking marriage vows.
I am not entitled to any benefits.
Yes? No way in hell I'd allow my down's syndrome daughter to reproduce.
For God's sake, I never said anything of the kind. I have said over and over that people who just have bad luck deserve aid.