Mi Field Marshall
- Apr 25, 2019
Meanwhile where would we be as a society without experimenting.
I'm not against experimenting and frankly, I don't really care about the medical risk either. My objections lie elsewhere:
For one thing, I reject @Mordoror's notion any objections to HIV-positive sperm donors are motivated by bigotry and ignorance. The truth is our very genes compel us to avoid potential sources of pathogens. We don't need to be taught not to lick the doorhandle of a public restroom; we just don't do it. It's a natural human behaviour.
Secondly, I'm firmly at odds with the liberal notion anybody ought to have the right to do and become anything they want regardless of their qualifications and able-bodiedness.
No one gave a toss about that guy I'd went to school with who couldn't fulfill his dream of becoming a police officer because he's only 5'2''.
No one gave a toss about my sister-in-law whose poor eyesight didn't allow her to become a pilot.
I don't see why I ought to give a toss about the inability of a few HIV-positive dudes to donate sperm. Or blood, for that matter, but even that's become disputed now for the sake of "diversity".