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Eugenics is the belief that the human population can be improved by breeding people with desirable traits such as emotional and physical health good character and superior intellect While on the other hand forcing those who have less desirable traits including downs syndrome physical handicaps and various other perceived limitations to be sterilized and left unable to have children In my opinion the practice of eugenics is in-humane and encroaches on peoples rights as an individual Imagine someone showing up on your doorstep one day and saying You have been deemed un-fit to reproduce you did not score high enough on your IQ test Its not right for some organization to decide whether people can reproduce or not It is the individuals choice and their right to decide if they want children or notEugenics puts people on the same level as an animal If you think about it we breed animals according to what we want their offspring to be like Say that we have a female horse that is white and not quite as fast as you want her to be and you want her foal to be brown and fast You would breed her with a fast brown stallion and chances are that the foal would be born brown and grow up to be fast What Im saying is that eugenics is an immoral practice that demeans humans to the point of putting them on the same level as an animal It would take away our dignity our compassion and our basic human rights and should not be practicedWords-262Eugenics-ForThere are many reasons I believe we should practice eugenics Foremost is that fact that we will have an overall healthier population Think about it we will have the most physically able of the human population reproducing and in turn their children will be healthier and it will just keep getting better and the quality of the
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