Video: This Woman has Paid More Than 7,000 Addicts to Not Have Kids

Keely Sharp
Written by Keely Sharp

This is an interesting approach to dealing with babies born to drug addicts and alcoholics. Instead of allowing it to happen in the first place, offer to sterilize them before they get pregnant!

Barbara Harris has been driving a branded RV around the nation for the last 20 years with a mission: to provide sterilization for addicts. Her nonprofit program, Project Prevention, pays the abusers $300 to do one of two things:

  1. Be sterilized
  2. Be put on long-term birth control (implant or IUD)

Surprisingly enough, she has already paid more than 7,000 people to do so! Most of which were women.

She said, “We’re preventing women who are strung out on drugs and alcohol from conceiving a child,” Harris continued,  “Nobody has a right to force-feed any child drugs and then deliver a child that may die or may have lifelong illnesses.”

I agree! I have always said that stupid people should not be able to procreate. This is a genius idea! If they want to ruin their lives with substances then so be it. However, they should not have the opportunity to bring a drug addicted child into this world.

I am completely against abortion, as it is killing an innocent baby. However, this would prevent the pregnancy before it could ever begin. It kills two birds with one stone.

Of course some people believe it is ethically wrong…..but I don’t think so! Obviously it would be wrong to force it upon anyone. If that were the case, then I would say absolutely not. However, as long as they are voluntarily giving up their ability to have children, I don’t see a problem with it.

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