When there are so many children in foster care waiting to be adopted. Instead of getting pregnant, should you parent a child who is already here and in need?
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Answer by AAAMama at 10:52 AM on Jan. 6, 2011
No it is not selfish to want to procreate and to produce a child from your lineage. It is a very natural and basic animisticneed. That is the point of sex in terms of the continuation of any species. To think that this desire is selfish is to not understand human natureand the nature and drive of all living things. There are those that think about procreation from a over population stand point and the limited availability of resources. Then there are those that want to parent, have the desire and drive to expand their family but are unable to parent a biological child and turn to adoption. How you choose to bring children into your family is really your business. Adoption is a soul searching journey. But so is parenthood in general.
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