Loading ...
Sorry, an error occurred while loading the content.

Messages List

1938

Life After People

VHEMTers and others in Oz may be interested in the TV series Life After People - channel 7TWO at 7:30 tonight
johnmackbrisbane
Jul 7, 2014
#1938
 
1937

Re: Why I Don't Breed and the Reasons My Family Wants Me To Breed:

Elizabeth, you're under unusual pressure to breed. There's almost always pressure but not to this level. I think you're right about their reasons being
Les Knight
Jun 11, 2014
#1937
 
1936

Why I Don't Breed and the Reasons My Family Wants Me To Breed:

I am a person who refuses to breed because: 1.) my income to debt ratio is so ridiculous (due to medical reasons and student loans) I sometimes don’t have
kistnerelizabeth
Jun 11, 2014
#1936
 
1935

Re: Making cultural taboos or laws to limit breeding

You joined the Tea Party with expectations of helping this situation at all??? The Tea Party?!?!?! The same people who not only have worked to make abortion
beth_h8
Apr 17, 2014
#1935
 
1934

Re: Making cultural taboos or laws to limit breeding

I joined the Tea Party because they want things done at the local level. What they want to do locally is very different from what I want to do locally, but
suza2875
Apr 12, 2014
#1934
 
1933

Re: Making cultural taboos or laws to limit breeding

I don't think you understand. MOST people in the vicinity live on farms outside of ANY town. Would you have them rent a dwelling in town, or move to town, just
beth_h8
Mar 26, 2014
#1933
 
1932

Re: Making cultural taboos or laws to limit breeding

Firstly, contraception is VASTLY more important than street maintenance, water and sewer utilities, park maintenance, and a library; and easily take funding
suza2875
Mar 23, 2014
#1932
 
1931

Re: Failure of one-child policy

The prosperous women causality does not explain why Italy and Russia have a much lower fertility rate than Sweden. The very opposite is the case because in
suza2875
Mar 23, 2014
#1931
 
1930

Re: Failure of one-child policy

Those countries which were defeated, including Japan, Germany, Italy, Spain have since the war rebuilt, with or without foreign aid. As such, they have more
beth_h8
Mar 16, 2014
#1930
 
1929

Re: Making cultural taboos or laws to limit breeding

Local governments, especially in major cities, by funding contraception measures, INCLUDING sterilization/permanent contraceptive measures, is a great start.
beth_h8
Mar 16, 2014
#1929
 
1928

Re: Failure of one-child policy

Taking kids from irresponsible parents won't truly solve much of anything, as long as there is a perceived right to become a parent. Recently though, in the
beth_h8
Mar 16, 2014
#1928
 
1927

Re: Making cultural taboos or laws to limit breeding

I don't think we can do much about culture as culture will always evolve and evolve against us. What we need to focus on is financial incentives. Childless
suza2875
Mar 12, 2014
#1927
 
1926

Re: Failure of one-child policy

As far as being a defeated country, Besides Russia most of the countries that have the lowest birth rates are also very very rich countries, which tends to
Hao Tai
Mar 12, 2014
#1926
 
1925

Re: Making cultural taboos or laws to limit breeding

I like economic incentives better than laws. especially this one, http://www.projectprevention.org/ , which doesn't even need government involvement, and could
suza2875
Mar 11, 2014
#1925
 
1924

Re: Failure of one-child policy

One way to push on the cultural front is to encourage foster parenthood via DSS seizures from irresponsible parents. Really the act of parenthood itself is
suza2875
Mar 11, 2014
#1924
 
View First Topic Go to View Last Topic
Loading 1 - 15 of total 1,938 messages