A reader’s suggestion for me
A female reader writes:
I feel saddened by your condition. If you pull through, I would like to request that you find a young late ’20s/early ’30s Russian Jewish woman or an Israeli Jewish woman, marry her, and procreate with her at least two children (they can be twins). Hopefully one of them will be a boy. Regards.LA replies:
I am touched by your evident love for me and your desire that something of me continue in the world.Reader replies:
Maybe you can save your sperm? Or is that bad? I know sperm don’t live long (even if they are frozen) and sooner or later they die, but it’s a try.LA replies:
Yes, it is very bad. Producing children by anonymous sperm donors, or by the sperm of a dead person, is an abomination. It is selfish, cruel, and anti-human deliberately to bring a child into the world with no father and so unnaturally. How can persons conceived in such a manner form a normal human identity?
I can only speak with regard to my own experience, but within that context I definitely agree with your assessment of artificial insemination. My mother is a lesbian who chose to be artificially inseminated and, as a result, I have never met (and can never meet) my father. I have adjusted rather well, although the same cannot be said for others I’m acquainted with who grew up under similar circumstances.
Posted by Lawrence Auster at March 07, 2013 05:46 PM | Send