January 28, 2020
Technically, it’s now possible to be forced to be a father even if you’re still a virgin.
Let that sink in.
We’re going to hit an incel singularity, where we hit levels of sexual frustration that shouldn’t even be possible. Soon, men won’t even be able to safely be in the same room with a woman without fearing having their entire fortunes seized by greedy gold digging whores.
A divorced Arizona woman cannot use her frozen embryos when her ex-husband doesn’t want children with her, the state’s highest court ruled last week.
The ruling handed down Thursday relied on a contract signed by the couple before they were married that said if they broke up, they had to agree to have a baby or donate the unused embryos.
“I’ll never know what it feels like to be a mother,” Ruby Torres told Nightly News. “I never thought we would get to where we are today.”
Torres was diagnosed with cancer in 2014 while she was dating John Terrell. Before starting chemotherapy, Torres decided to undergo in vitro fertilization, or IVF, using donor sperm. Terrell, her boyfriend at the time, agreed to be the donor.
One month later, the couple signed a contract with a fertility clinic. The agreement said that any fertilized eggs would be considered joint property, and both parties would have to agree about what to do with them if the relationship ended.
That’s a perfectly reasonable agreement – after all, if the woman gets impregnated against the man’s will, he’ll still have to pay for that child’s everything forever.
You might be thinking “hol up, this story seems like everything ends well, right? The bitch lost her case.”
Actually, it’s not a perfect ending – she didn’t end up in jail.
Well, you’re wrong.
This case did indeed turn out in the man’s favor. However, things won’t go so well in the future…
Four days after signing the contract, Torres and Terrell married. They started IVF shortly afterward and produced seven viable embryos, according to court records.
Three years later, Terrell filed for divorce. Torres still hoped to become a mother, and asked to use the existing embryos since chemotherapy ruined her chances of getting pregnant again.
“She wanted to … force my client to become a father against his will,” Terrell’s lawyer, Eric Fraser, told NBC affiliate KPNX.
Under Arizona law, Terrell would still be financially responsible for the child even if the baby was born after he and Torres split, according to Fraser.
“He would be on the hook for child support for 18 years,” he said.
The case inspired an Arizona law passed in 2018 that would have given Torres the opportunity to use her embryos without Terrell’s consent. Because the statute is not retroactive, it does not apply to Torres.
The law’s been changed – in Arizona, at least.
Now if some skank wants to be fertilized in-vitro against your will, the law will side with her.
Your precious vital essence doesn’t belong to you – it belongs to the state, and thus to women.
Okay, I’m pretty sure you need to have created some fertilized eggs in advance for this law to take effect. They won’t just, uh, acquire your seed by force. For now.
However, from a biological standpoint, there is no difference between this and men being raped and robbed of their seed.
We’re only a few steps away from women having the right to forcefully seize your sperm to be fertilized in-vitro, and then you’ll be legally obliged to pay child support. Moreover, if the woman regrets the whole thing, she can get you convicted of rape even though you never even touched her. This is the future, White Man, where an incel virgin can also technically be a deadbeat dad and a rapist.
Better just stay indoors and keep playing vidya. The world is getting too scary.