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From The New York Times:
It is an uncomfortable question that, in today’s world, is often asked by expectant mothers who had more than one male partner at the time they became pregnant. Who is the father?
With more than half of births to women under 30 now out of wedlock, it is a question that may arise more often.
Now blood tests are becoming available that can determine paternity as early as the eighth or ninth week of pregnancy, without an invasive procedure that could cause a miscarriage.
Besides relieving anxiety, the test results might allow women to terminate a pregnancy if the preferred man is not the father — or to continue it if he is. [read more]Now let's take 3 seconds to examine this:
- 1/2 the women under 30-years old have children out of wedlock. Let's hear a big cheer for women's liberation!
- A big question that may bother some of these women is... who is the father?
- Now the "problem" can be "solved" with a blood test... problem = baby; solved = abortion. [image]
- 1/2 the women under 30-years old have less personal morals and responsibility than a chicken.
- A big question that may bother some of these women is whether to lay their eggs, sell them to the state for support, or crack them.
- Now the "problem" can be "solved" by determining if one of the roosters with which they were copulating is still around to help collect welfare.