Monday, May 02, 2005

Every sperm is sacred?

Anyone know what this one's view on contraception is? I think I can guess. Is it possible to level a corporate murder suit at the RC church?

Furthermore, are wet-dreams sinful? Masturbation? How about if your balls get too warm, and the zygotes expire? What about working with X-rays? Surely just being alive is a sin, because the bloody tadpoles only live for a few days anyway? Of course, being alive is a sin anyway, after all the business with the "don't eat that" and the "IQ=bad, so I'm cursing all your children."

Logical long-jump, anyone?

/Veins

3 Comments:

At 7:35 pm, Blogger Withiel said...

Furthermore, of course you're killing a "potential person" every time you meet someone of the opposite gender and don't have sex with them. And it's also fantastically amusing that an organisation that forbids contraception used to make castratos on a regular basis.

 
At 1:49 pm, Blogger Sable X. Veins said...

Quite so. Furthermore, the very act of transferring a person from their unfertilised semi-existent state as a sex cell means that hundreds of thousands of others are "killed." Perhaps we ought just to ban intercourse altogether and procreate through artificial insemination, thereby removing all this needless wastage.

/Sable X. O'Brien

 
At 3:14 pm, Blogger Sable X. Veins said...

Oh, and you did of course mean "castrati" rather than "castratos".

 

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