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To wonder if boys should be vasectomised at birth?

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Dutch1e Fri 17-Feb-17 20:30:53

If a vasectomy was painless, 100% reversible and could only be reversed when the boy had reached adulthood and had some counselling sessions to help him understand the implications of his decision, would it be a good idea to make vasectomies normal for baby boys?

Just musing on the threads about child services, child abuse and thinking about accidental pregnancies

Aliasnumberone Fri 17-Feb-17 20:32:19

Dutchie, can I ask what you're smoking? confused

StrawberryShortcake32 Fri 17-Feb-17 20:33:08

Just...no..

Why would I want to put my precious little boy through that?

GunnyHighway Fri 17-Feb-17 20:33:41

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jayho Fri 17-Feb-17 20:33:51

eugenics, have a look and a word with yourself

AndNoneForGretchenWieners Fri 17-Feb-17 20:34:06

What about sterilising baby girls at birth too? hmm

This is a daft idea. Who would pay for all these vasectomies and reversals? What about if the original op had complications? Who looks at their baby boy and thinks "I know what I'll do, I'll make him infertile"?

MojitoMollie Fri 17-Feb-17 20:34:10

oh piss off

Sirzy Fri 17-Feb-17 20:34:27

Well if we are being completely hypothetical then surely by your logic all girls should be sterilised at birth too? hmmconfused

AndNowItsSeven Fri 17-Feb-17 20:34:28

Yes. Yabu.

AllTheWittyNamesAreGone Fri 17-Feb-17 20:34:36

What Gunny said

Fluffy24 Fri 17-Feb-17 20:34:39

No, it wouldn't stop him getting Chlamydia!

Andcake Fri 17-Feb-17 20:34:59

The most horrible suggestions I've ever heard

StrawberryShortcake32 Fri 17-Feb-17 20:35:04

Just to add, if the same was being discussed about girls, people would be up in arms about it. It's not just a mans job to protect against unwanted pregnancies.

YoMisma Fri 17-Feb-17 20:35:11

confusedWhatever she is smoking let her finish it. off Do Not share it!!

empirerecordsrocked Fri 17-Feb-17 20:35:11

No.

ParisGellar Fri 17-Feb-17 20:35:18

I can kind of see what you mean, but still... no.

DixieNormas Fri 17-Feb-17 20:35:20

hmm would it be ok to force all girls to have an implant as soon as they reach puberty, after all its fairly painful and reversable

OvariesForgotHerPassword Fri 17-Feb-17 20:35:21

Fucking hell Mumsnet is dark today.

aintnobodygottimefodat Fri 17-Feb-17 20:35:26

confused no, just...no.

elQuintoConyo Fri 17-Feb-17 20:35:54

biscuit

1AnnoyingOrange Fri 17-Feb-17 20:36:16

Well I think it would be ideal if all humans were infertile in their natural adult state and had to opt in to fertility, rather than opt in to contraception.

gamerchick Fri 17-Feb-17 20:36:57

hmm would it be ok to force all girls to have an implant as soon as they reach puberty, after all its fairly painful and reversable

Heh earn the right to breed type of thing? grin

HerRoyalFattyness Fri 17-Feb-17 20:37:08

Odfod

Nokia3310 Fri 17-Feb-17 20:37:22

Dutch1e do you actually have sons? Your post is incredibly insulting.

QueenLaBeefah Fri 17-Feb-17 20:37:43

Bit early on a Friday night to be this pissed isn't it?

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