Joined: Mar 23,
From the wrong
side of cyberspace, I bring you... me.
CSZero came out of the closet to say:
hard to draw a line to argue for Eugenics.
I was a
C-section baby. Should I not have been allowed to live and
kill my mother in the process? Now, personally, my family
medical history is rife with heart disease, alzheimers,
cancer, autoimmune diseases, chronic depression, the whole
nine yards. I'd love to see a study that connects C-section
to anything else. I also have O- blood, I swear I'm very
mildly autistic, and am left-handed. At 20 years old, very,
very single and have been forever. Yet, I do well enough in
school and am a good enough person that I think I can argue
that I'm not a waste to society and should live.
for others, what about the fact that some incredibly high
amount of people can't function in modern society without
glasses? Depression is hereditary largely, but again, I
think that like glasses, the problem has largely manifested
itself because of the pressures of the same society that has
found a cure for these problems.
What is pain?
Where's the line? Who decides? Most serious genetic
diseases, like the one this girl has, are either so serious
modern medicine can't prevent them from being fatal, or the
person is so hideous, they'll never reproduce. I think that
it's blown out of proportion how dangerous allowing certain
people to live really is.
I'm also mildly autistic, and I had
severe emotional problems (bad home life) and was at one time
obese (though not morbidly) so should I not been allowed to
As for the scary-looking girl:
deformed and different people, I believe are around to remind
us of how good we have it, and not to take what we have for
granted. I take one look at her and forget the insecurities
about my appearance (I'm not ugly, just not nearly as pretty
as Shitney Beers, basically average) because my face is
normal-looking unlike hers.