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Wed May 15, 2019, 06:13 AM

Turning women into incubators for future cheap labor, cannon fodder against Venezuelans and Muslims

Comes with running the risk of turning your body into an organ cooler for billionaires.

We're already interchangeable parts to them, how far will it go if we turn bodily autonomy into something we give up?

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ck4829 May 2019 OP
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Wed May 15, 2019, 06:46 AM

1. Put it together with this OP...

by nitpicker.

https://www.democraticunderground.com/100212099062

The American baby bust

The U.S. fertility rate has reached a record-low, and the total number of births in 2018 was the lowest it has been in more than 30 years, according to new data from the Centers for Disease Control.
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By the numbers: While birth rates fell for younger women in 2018, they rose slightly for women in their late 30s and early 40s, according to the newest CDC data. Women waiting longer to start their families has been a growing, global trend.
•The total fertility rate, the number of babies a woman of childbearing age is expected to have over her lifetime, is currently at 1.72 — 2% lower than in 2017. It's also notably below the 2.1 fertility rate required for one generation to perfectly replace the next.

Between the lines: The U.S.'s high levels of immigration have helped buoy the population. It's a key reason the U.S. is in a better place than other nations with falling fertility rates that are beginning to see the impact on their societies and economies, such as Japan, Hungary or Spain.
•But immigration might not always be enough to fully compensate for low fertility rates, Global Aging Institute President Richard Jackson and sociology professor Irene Bloemraad from University of California Berkeley told Axios last year.
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Wed May 15, 2019, 07:31 AM

2. But no rulings,

no potential laws holding men accountable, i.e. healthcare, child support, et al.

Plus, they are giving green light concerning rape.

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