- Nov 2018
- Rocky Mountains
Let's consider a hypothetical situation:
Science advances to the point that men can become pregnant However, it turns out to be an unanticipated side effect of a drug to increase male fertility and produces an intraabdominal clone of the male himself that is viable. By a surgery equivalent to c-section that clone could be removed and produce a viable human.
Would the male under this circumstance, have the right to get that unwanted clone removed or be required to carry that "pregnancy" to term?
Maybe not so unlikely. There are abdominal pregnancies in women and the physiology is entirely possible with hormonal manipulation. The cloning is problematic. May seem like science fiction now, but it is within reach, I believe, within the next 30 years easily.That's an absurd hypothetical. Even so, if people ever perfect cloning, I would not condone the killing of clones. Would you?
I would support the man's right to primary control over events within his body.....body integrity is the most basic of all human rights.