Children, who in the first place never actually ask to be born, are entitled to expect not only material support from their parents, but also psychological, ethical, intellectual, cultural and spiritual support for at least the first two decades of life. Since father-and motherhood are not ethical imperatives but metaphysical options, the urge to bring life into the world must absolutely be backed by the ability and intention to make that life as worthwhile as possible.

(michael onfray citado por elisabeth badinter en "the conflict: how overzealous motherhood undermines the status of women")

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