Originally posted by ParaSpy2012
reply to post by SaturnFX
from a mother able to keep her form and whatnot (many women do worry very much about that and decide to forego motherhood simply for that)
Actually, any sane woman would want to have a natural birth.
There's many many women who can't have children and they're going through a lot of procedures just to have them naturally.
I haven't met any woman who didn't want to have a natural child birth.
The only women I have met like that were not women but were in fact, girls.
Girls that care more about their figure are not really prepared to be a mother, a parent.
When you have children, their lives come before yours.
That's all I have to say for now.
Its great that everyone has these super high expectations of humanity...I however live in a place called reality where there are endless commercials
about skin beauty products, magazines with endless high expectations for beauty, etc...and yes, with that comes women whom would like to have
Don't mistake a desire for natural child birth with a simple fact that for now thats all that can be done.
Natural doesn't mean squat when there are alternatives..let me give an example
What can be more natural than hunting/killing/skinning/eating your own meal?
And so why do people hands down choose to go to the olive garden and get a nice meal there verses go hunting?
Even out in the country, people choose supermarkets and such, synthetic processed convenience foods verses going out and killing or growing.
Natural is nice...technological evolution however is better.
So yes, I forsee that when the ops little picturevision of the artificial womb comes to a reality, especially if there are added benefits (perfect mix
of chemicals, etc) that method will be preferred vastly over the current method. There may always be traditionalists, but don't underestimate the
vanity and desire to not be in pain in the human species.
There is a lot of short sightedness going on..people demanding nothing will ever change, that people a thousand years from now will still do things
exactly the same as they do now.
reminds me of when they said the horseless carriage was a passing fad, people will always prefer a horse, or when more recently I was told in my youth
the internet would never challenge books, papers, or magazines because people want something tangable to read verses on some screen.
Don't take your comfort in something as the norm on how things will always be...nor dismiss those whom think differently..its best to consider
society and the progressive nature of people as a whole when determining the outcome.