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I think his mother has deluded him tbh; she kept on telling him he's normal and can lead a completely normal life, when he clearly can't, isn't and won't.
She's fed him a lie imo, as soon as he was asked "Is there anything missing in your life?" The first thing he said was 'sex'. I can't help but think the only reason he wants it is because he's been told about it so much/told he should have it.
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I'm with the Nazis on this one, there's no way I'd let a brown haired man mate and potentially produce young.

I don't care, and I suspect all men develop sexual curiosity Down's syndrome or not, it is after all an instinct that has ensured our species survival. If she wants to pay some whore to do him, let her. Couldn't give a damn.
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(Original post by Rocious)
They're not related. If she loves him so much and wants him to have sex so badly, then there is an alternative to going to the press and humiliating the poor *******.
She's his mother. Maybe not by blood, but she's still his mother. :hmmm:
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(Original post by junglemonkey)
There's a reason why Down's is unattractive my God. The extra chromosome? The reduced ability to have kids?

It's not PC to say it but it's unattractive to us for a reason. It's not exactly good for having kids and the gene pool is it?

Sex is a privilege not a right.
Quite a lot of people have extra chromosomes, a lot probably have them and don't even know.

But yeah, it is quite natural for people to find people with Down's syndrome unattractive. But it doesn't seem fair to say they shouldn't be able to have sex.

(Original post by EskimoJo)
She's his mother. Maybe not by blood, but she's still his mother. :hmmm:
Even though they are not blood related it would still be just as illegal. Incest laws specifically include adoptive parents as well.
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(Original post by Psyk)
Quite a lot of people have extra chromosomes, a lot probably have them and don't even know.

But yeah, it is quite natural for people to find people with Down's syndrome unattractive. But it doesn't seem fair to say they shouldn't be able to have sex.


Even though they are not blood related it would still be just as illegal. Incest laws specifically include adoptive parents as well.
Yarrr they have extra chromosomes but it doesn't cause anything as physically noticeable, or affecting so many body systems as Down's.

Essentially the point of sex is to reproduce. There is a seriously low chance of that happening with Downs. I think there are three recorded cases of a man being able to father a child. And even then, what are the chances that the kid's going to have it? At least 50%.

Bet you no one on here would boab someone with Down's. I know I wouldn't. Would you boab a girl with Down's?

Oh how politically incorrect of me :eek:
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(Original post by Psyk)
Even though they are not blood related it would still be just as illegal. Incest laws specifically include adoptive parents as well.
Why are you telling me this? :confused:
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Sex is not a right.

And his Mother is putting way too much emphasis on him needing to have sex for him to be "normal". It's really creepy.
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(Original post by EskimoJo)
Why are you telling me this? :confused:
I was just expanding on your point.

(Original post by junglemonkey)
Yarrr they have extra chromosomes but it doesn't cause anything as physically noticeable, or affecting so many body systems as Down's.

Essentially the point of sex is to reproduce. There is a seriously low chance of that happening with Downs. I think there are three recorded cases of a man being able to father a child. And even then, what are the chances that the kid's going to have it? At least 50%.

Bet you no one on here would boab someone with Down's. I know I wouldn't. Would you boab a girl with Down's?

Oh how politically incorrect of me :eek:
I hear that Down's syndrome can vary quite a lot. A friend has told me that his cousin has it but she looks perfectly normal.

But in most cases I probably would have sex with someone with it.
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(Original post by Psyk)
I was just expanding on your point.


I hear that Down's syndrome can vary quite a lot. A friend has told me that his cousin has it but she looks perfectly normal.

But in most cases I probably would have sex with someone with it
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really! :eek:
Of course he has the right to have sex if he can find someone willing, but i think his mother is wrong to take his story to the media, if noone wants to have sex with him then tough luck it happens to people without downs syndrome as well. I doubt many prostitutes would be willing to have sex with him either.
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I was just expanding on your point.
Ohhh! Ok thank you! I thought you were under the mistaken impression that I thought the mother should sleep with the boy.
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The law disagrees.
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I feel sorry for the poor prostitute who has to sleep with him. I'd want tripple pay.
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(Original post by mackeroo)
really! :eek:
Whoops, that was a typo :redface:
I meant to say wouldn't. Hypothetically speaking I might sleep with someone like my friend's cousin though.

(Original post by _Pondersome.)
I feel sorry for the poor prostitute who has to sleep with him. I'd want tripple pay.
I'm sure she'd have had worse customers.
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He is a 21 year old lad who has not had sex yet has a high sex drive.
Alls he will think about is sex/females.

Its understandable for him to have these feelings and his mother is trying to help him overcome the boundry of having/finding sex with a disability. Going through the press may not have been a good things but the programme is a documentary and am sure will have opened lots of peopels eyes.

Its not a bad thing he wants sex. He is not entitled to sex, but its a natural desire to which he is trying to see through. Porn is not good enough and the sexual contact of a woman cannot be replaced.
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I didnt think the issue was if he had the right to have sex, the issue was nobody wanted to sleep with him! He has every right, as a consenting adult, to have sex, but whether anybody will want to do it is another question.
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How is sex a right?
He is not entitled sex, but he should be allowed it.
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I don't like his mother! She was stating how it's sickening that he's 21 and still a virgin; what kind of example is she setting?! To behonest I know he has a learning disability but he was saying some very vulgar things about girls and even the girl who also has downs rejected him.
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I don't like his mother! She was stating how it's sickening that he's 21 and still a virgin; what kind of example is she setting?! To behonest I know he has a learning disability but he was saying some very vulgar things about girls and even the girl who also has downs rejected him.
It's an insult to the people who were 21 year old virgins without any genetic diseases:p:
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Something that unnerves me is the fact she's adopted several male children with Down's. Is she going to pressurise the others as well, once they're older and aren't getting female attention?
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I kind of get the impression that he is, for want of a better word, brain-washed by his mother. I know lots of people with Down's (due to having a severely disabled sister), and they are all happy with their non-sexual relationships. They are happy to kiss and hold hands and hug, but are not pressured by anyone to take it any further. I suppose everyone is different, but that is the impression I get.
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