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Our Breederific Media and Reproductive Status

Posted by bell_flower 
Re: Our Breederific Media and Reproductive Status
October 20, 2022
as an aside, I watch the resident. been watching that colossal jerk padme and her brain dead hysteria and blind obsession to breed. watching her deal with the two screaming little shits . screamed, pissed, and shit all day. frankly was sorta fun watching her fall to pieces... not as fun as you thought it would be asshole. this will be your life for years to come. at least they did show the negative aspects of stupid breeding. of course they'll smooth it all over with the usual 'it's wuuuurth it' shit. and after the stupid cunt has had reality tossed in her face she said something that was similar to 'maybe I wasn't thinking hard enough'.

two cents ¢¢

CERTIFIED HOSEHEAD!!!

people (especially women) do not give ONE DAMN about what they inflict on children and I defy anyone to prove me wrong

Dysfunctional relationships almost always have a child. The more dysfunctional, the more children.

The selfish wants of adults outweigh the needs of the child.

Some mistakes cannot be fixed, but some mistakes can be 'fixed'.

People who say they sleep like a baby usually don't have one. Leo J. Burke

Adoption agencies have strict criteria (usually). Breeders, whose combined IQ's would barely hit triple digits, have none.
Re: Our Breederific Media and Reproductive Status
November 14, 2022
I was watching the news coverage about the UVA shootings. A female person in a position of power at the University issued a statement that was something like:

"As a mother of three, I am devastated by these events... (blah blah blah)..."

What does this woman's three brats have to do with this situation? Right, nothing.

Does anyone else think this kind of self-serving junk is in bad form?

The situation/story is about people who have lost loved ones, and she's not in that population. This woman gets to go home and hug her crotch nuggets. Others cannot, and not to mention the suffering of the people who saw these three men get shot right in front of them.

I wish bitches like this would STFU and do their jobs without being talking wombs. Just issue a compassionate statement and don't shoe-horn their own crotch nuggets in the conversation.
Re: Our Breederific Media and Reproductive Status
November 15, 2022
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bell_flower
I was watching the news coverage about the UVA shootings. A female person in a position of power at the University issued a statement that was something like:

"As a mother of three, I am devastated by these events... (blah blah blah)..."

What does this woman's three brats have to do with this situation? Right, nothing.

Does anyone else think this kind of self-serving junk is in bad form?

The situation/story is about people who have lost loved ones, and she's not in that population. This woman gets to go home and hug her crotch nuggets. Others cannot, and not to mention the suffering of the people who saw these three men get shot right in front of them.

I wish bitches like this would STFU and do their jobs without being talking wombs. Just issue a compassionate statement and don't shoe-horn their own crotch nuggets in the conversation.

She is devastated because she has brats and the minute she had them an empathy chip was installed in her head and all of the sudden she can empathize, because she has brats! As if the only people on earth who are empathetic are moos or duhs. I've literally been in the room with a bunch of moos or duhs who assumed I have no empathy because I haven't sluiced. I've also heard a co-worker say a childfree worker doesn't have any depth of understanding (meaning he has no empathy because he is childfree). The man saying this didn't realize I was childfree, he thought I was childless.

Any parunt who would rather do drugs than take care of their brat must have missed the chip install?

I have to ask WHY they assume childfree means no empathy? But I know why, because before they had brats they had no empathy and assume everyone else is the same way. They overgeneralize the childfree but pitch a fit if we put them in any "breeder" category.

two faces puking
Re: Our Breederific Media and Reproductive Status
November 16, 2022
If you’re speaking as a representative of an organization (in this case, the university), why is your personal life relevant? I don’t want to hear about your mommy fee-fees, I want to know what actions the organization plans to take.

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"Not every ejaculation deserves a name" - George Carlin
Re: Our Breederific Media and Reproductive Status
November 25, 2022
I never understood this breeder logic that you don't become a complete human being with proper human emotions until after you've had children. Like that's not how it works?? Someone who has no empathy won't magically develop it simply because they perpetuated their genes. An unempathetic person will remain unempathetic even after reproducing. Being unchilded doesn't mean you don't feel feelings, nor does being a breeder make your feelings and opinions more valid than those of someone without kids. God people are dumb.

Don't we hear this shit enough? You don't know real love until you've had kids. You don't know what tired is until you've had kids. You aren't a real woman until you've had kids (conversely, you can be a real man without kids because I only ever hear this one about women). You don't know what compassion or patience are until you've had kids. You don't develop empathy until you've had kids. Kids have exactly nothing to do with your emotional response! With the possible exception being post-partum depression/psychosis/rage because in that case, they have everything to do with it.

I immediately assume anyone who begins a sentence with, "As a mother/father/parent of (X number) kids..." is a moron and I do not value what they have to say whatsoever.
Re: Our Breederific Media and Reproductive Status
November 25, 2022
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Cambion
I never understood this breeder logic that you don't become a complete human being with proper human emotions until after you've had children.

So, by them, you cannot know what love is until you have had a child.
But one of those things that makes parenthood worthwhile is hearing "I love you" from their children.
Who can't know what love is, and therefore do not really love them, according to the initial claim.

Something about this logic seems faulty.
Re: Our Breederific Media and Reproductive Status
November 27, 2022
"Having baybees can half a womans risk of developing this type of cancer"
Ohhhh clickbait! Read it, be scarrred and decide to sluice over the holidays!

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dr from article
Dr. Moen explained: “It could be the increase in protective progesterone in the latter stages of pregnancy, or it could be because the body potentially removes pre-cancerous endometrial cells from the uterus during birth."

Potentially removes pre-cancerous endometrial cells from the uterus during birth isn't the same as removing pre-cancerous cells. A Dr. should know better than this! Or just admit this type of cancer is more complicated than this. Read the article and find out obesity raises the chances of developing this type of cancer by 40%...and obesity isn't limited to the childfree.

https://www.msn.com/en-us/health/medical/having-babies-can-halve-a-womans-risk-of-developing-this-type-of-cancer/ar-AA148uLp

Or better yet, talk about how hair straighteners are very likely to cause uterine cancer to try to stop more of this cancer from happening based on actual government cancer studies.

Hair straighteners cause uterine cancer:
https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/diagnosed-uterine-cancer-tumors-now-suing-makers-chemical-hair-straigh-rcna57667
https://www.curetoday.com/view/cancer-survivor-waits-36-hours-to-meet-houston-astros-player-armie-hammer-s-father-dies-of-cancer-and-more
https://www.pbs.org/newshour/show/study-suggests-link-between-chemical-hair-straighteners-and-chances-of-uterine-cancer
https://www.reuters.com/legal/legalindustry/hair-straightener-lawsuits-mount-following-government-cancer-study-2022-11-21/
Re: Our Breederific Media and Reproductive Status
November 28, 2022
Great, so if having baybees helps to prevent uterine cancer then why use this STUPID bingo against CF women and just take their uteri out?? Oh yeah, we all know why.
Re: Our Breederific Media and Reproductive Status
November 28, 2022
But doesn't pregnancy also increase the chances of other cancers? I've seen mixed things on whether or not it increases or decreases the risk of developing breast cancer, but I've also seen things suggesting that it's more common for women to be diagnosed with ovarian cancer during pregnancy than not. Pregnancy is also considered a risk factor for endometrial cancer by Cancer.org.

But that's about par for the course because every goddamn thing will reduce your risk of one problem while raising your risk of another one. Like nobody seems to be able to agree on whether or not coffee is good for you or bad for you. Same with wine or pot.

All I know is if you're reproducing on the off chance your risk of getting cancer is lowered by a fraction of a percent, you're a fucking moron. So what happens when you get the cancer your pregnancy was supposed to prevent? Blame your child? Seems a little retarded to create an entirely new human being on the off chance being pregnant with them reduces your odds of getting one or two specific cancers.

Lowered risk does not mean a guarantee that you won't get that specific cancer, but I think that's what a lot of people figure when they get told to do (thing) to lower their risk of (illness) by (percent). Conversely, you can have ALL the risk factors for a disease and never get it, or you can have no risk factors whatsoever for a particular condition and still get it. It's all a crapshoot.
Re: Our Breederific Media and Reproductive Status
November 28, 2022
I don't care if not having a kid increases my chance of cancer. I'd rather have a shorter, happier life than a longer life with kyds.

Having a tubal ligation reduces one's risk of ovarian cancer, and it's significant. But you never hear that because.....

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Re: Our Breederific Media and Reproductive Status
November 28, 2022
Plus another thing that is rarely given out in these articles is what that double risk entails. For instance, you can have an attention-getting headline: "Doing X doubles your risk of cancer!" If the risk of that cancer is 10%, I agree, going to a 20% risk is scary. But if the risk is, oh, .01%, and now it is .02%, big fucking deal.
Re: Our Breederific Media and Reproductive Status
November 28, 2022
Yep, many people don't understand the difference between absolute risk and relative risk.

See linky.
Re: Our Breederific Media and Reproductive Status
November 29, 2022 11:04AM
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bell_flower
Yep, many people don't understand the difference between absolute risk and relative risk.

See linky.

I mean, I get why the researchers are going to write that it doubles the risk in their paper. If you find a relatively large effect size that is highly statistically significant, that's an important finding in terms of furthering the scientific discourse. It might lead people to ask why the effect exists, opening new areas of research and perhaps resulting in therapies which can achieve the same effect.

However, when the media picks up on it and reports it in a way that I can only call irresponsible, it encourages people to base decisions on their perception of the risk - which is definitely not derived from an understanding of absolute risk. Scientific literacy is not widespread, and the media absolutely makes use of that to create headlines.
Re: Our Breederific Media and Reproductive Status
November 29, 2022 08:31PM
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Cambion
But doesn't pregnancy also increase the chances of other cancers?

I found a link that indicates risk of breast cancer increases. Source: www.vwhcare.net/pregnancy-short-and-long-term-effects/

The common side effects from pregnancy is a huge list! And womben experience these effects from a young age, as young as 20 something. Sex never feeling good again (or feeling anything at all) or ripping from stern to stem is more than enough to dissuade me.

I've known more than one woman who has had her body wrecked by pignasty and had to stop working at an early age. I've also known numerous women who have to use the bathroom every two hours or they will have an accident, so practically non-existent bladder control.

It is potentially one of the most disabling things a woman can do to her body (I didn't find a good list but it is extensive), her paycheck (18+ years of paycheck devastation per brat) and her future life (having a perma-brat that never is independent). And that is assuming she has a partner that is supportive and splits bratcare evenly; which is highly unlikely because once reality sets into the daily tedium anyone in their right mind would bail quickly.
Re: Our Breederific Media and Reproductive Status
November 30, 2022 12:14AM
Sometimes I think the devastation pregnancy wreaks on a woman's body is almost (and this is a big almost) worse than cancer because at least sometimes you can treat cancer and make it go away! You can almost never fix or never fully fix the things pregnancy does to you.

Pregnancy causes more than just ugly aesthetic damage too. It causes things like lifelong incontinence (both the urinary and bowel type, due to the development of a vasshole in some cases), I believe uterine prolapse is much more common in women who have been pregnant too, C-sections are invasive surgeries and those in general come with their own set of possible complications. With all the pressure put on a woman's abdomen for several months and especially after pushing in childbirth, I wouldn't be surprised if hernias are a possibility. No amount of kegels will fix this shit either.

I can't imagine being 20 years old and having to wear a Depends because I can't sneeze without peeing my pants. And for what? A creature that deprives you of sleep and sex, costs as much as a house to raise, and tells you it hates you? That's not a good tradeoff if you ask me. I know women's bodies have the equipment to incubate fetuses, but that doesn't mean it won't come with consequences. I'd liken pregnancy to wrecking your car and bending the frame. Sure it's still driveable and you can probably deal with the cosmetic damage to some extent, but the inside is all fucked up and won't work right or feel right ever again. The only difference is you can get a new car. You go and breed as a woman and you're stuck with the heap you turn your body into.

But I'm sure any woman you ask will say it's all wooooooooorth it. Okay Sheila, tell me that when you have to have your pelvic organs held up by metal mesh and need to replace all your shoes because pignasty caused your feet to go up a size and a half.
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