So is the right to have biological progeny.
If this statement is true, then the following must also be true:
1) As procreation is a right, then it exists without infringing on the rights of anyone else, correct? If you cannot reproduce without medical intervention, and cannot afford IVF, how will this "right" be provided? (In case it's unclear, I just proved that procreation is not a right.)
2) As procreation is a right, if you cannot reproduce without medical intervention because of issues with your partner, and cannot afford IVF, is rape justified? (In case it's not clear, I proved again that procreation is not a right.)
it's the driving force of all life on this planet.
What's your point? Survival of ones self, I submit, more primal than procreation. Is it a right that you have food at your table? If so, are you justified in killing innocents to obtain this food? Answer carefully.
The right to procreate is so basic, transcends all other rights. Genetic suicide is strongly disapproved, in all life-forms.
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