Re: Future Relationships

Gina Miller (
Thu, 22 Apr 1999 12:22:30 PDT

This idea of changing the preferences of our children could be misconstrued as hypocitical. For example, it's todays world we find it morally correct to defy our childs interests right. Like "I will love my child even if he grows up to be a ballerina" even though you may be silently wishing for a lawyer. Dow does this pre programming of a childs sexuality (without their choice) play into this line of thinking?
Gina "Nanogirl" Miller

>Sometimes people talk about changing the preferences of their
children,but the possibilities there seem limited (eg, "Nurture Assumption" book).Changing the preferences of other people's children is even harder.
>>Robin Hanson

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