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You can certainly make an evolutionary argument: species that do not have a strong drive to produce offspring will become extinct quickly, species that want offspring will persist. Since humans are not extinct (yet) it stands to reason that, as a species, we do have a strong genetic impetus to procreate. It's baked into basic human nature. The rewards are ...


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All are the truth. Most are accidents. Some are planned. Mine were half-planned; i.e. wanted kids but not that soon.



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