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Hello, what are some negatives of family planing to control population.

some reasons I found are:
- you lose your right to self-determination
- side effects from using contraceptives
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how does one lose "right to self-determination"?
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(Original post by Leviathan1611)
how does one lose "right to self-determination"?
Maybe he's referring to state-imposed family planning laws like China's two-child policy?
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(Original post by anosmianAcrimony)
Maybe he's referring to state-imposed family planning laws like China's two-child policy?
oh I see
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No means of prescribed or purchased contraception has a 100% success rate.
Some suggestions are about as effective as fairy dust from tinkerbell's wings, particularly pull out and natural contraception apps.
Most conception involves either hormones or other chemicals that come with a risk of side effects including: pain, weight gain, nausea, increased blood pressure, skin blemishes, pelvic infection, displacement, ectopic pregnancy or womb damage.

Can also be indicative of a form of government that favours excessive state intervention into the private lives of law abiding adult citizens.
Risk of totalitarianism and ethical problems.
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(Original post by londonmyst)
No means of prescribed or purchased contraception has a 100% success rate.
Some suggestions are about as effective as fairy dust from tinkerbell's wings, particularly pull out and natural contraception apps.
Most conception involves either hormones or other chemicals that come with a risk of side effects including: pain, weight gain, nausea, increased blood pressure, skin blemishes, pelvic infection, displacement, ectopic pregnancy or womb damage.

Can also be indicative of a form of government that favours excessive state intervention into the private lives of law abiding adult citizens.
Risk of totalitarianism and ethical problems.
Thank you soo much!
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(Original post by anosmianAcrimony)
Maybe he's referring to state-imposed family planning laws like China's two-child policy?
Wasn't it a "one child " policy
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(Original post by Catlover995)
Hello, what are some negatives of family planing to control population.

some reasons I found are:
- you lose your right to self-determination
- side effects from using contraceptives
Nice article here

http://www.bbc.co.uk/ethics/contrace...rol_1.shtml#h1
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(Original post by squeakysquirrel)
Wasn't it a "one child " policy
It was a two-child policy initially, then they made it a one-child policy. Then in 2016 they made it a two-child policy again.
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