This isn’t a pro or anti vaccination debate blog. This is simply stating it as it is.
You can’t vaccinate your children. You have no right to vaccinate your children. The choice to vaccinate or not is not yours to make.
Only your child can consent to vaccines.
That’s alright though; right from infancy, your child is obviously capable of making that judgement call for his own health and well being despite the fact that it will inflict some pain onto him. Children can understand complicated things like that.
According to this concept of bodily autonomy, our jobs as parents are basically done as soon as we give birth in the hospital. The rest is up to our children.
“There is a concept called body autonomy. Its generally considered a human right. Bodily autonomy means a person has control over who or what uses their body, for what, and for how long. Its why you can’t be forced to donate blood, tissue, or organs. Even if you are dead. Even if you’d save or improve 20 lives. It’s why someone can’t touch you, have sex with you, or use your body in any way without your continuous consent.”
Remember, before you feed Junior or change his diaper to ask his permission. It’s his choice to sit in a soiled diaper or not.
You do not have any rights to pick up a toddler whose having a temper tantrum off of a filthy public floor.
You cannot remove a child from any situation she does not permit you to remove her from. You may as well set up a tent between the splash park and the playground.
You can’t make a child take a timeout or perform any form of discipline without permission from your child, whose consent they could withdraw at any time.
If your daughter refuses to eat anything other than chicken fingers and fries, that’s her right. You do not need to worry about raising healthy children anymore. That’s on them from here on out.
You must resist your urge to grab your toddler’s arm to keep him from running into traffic. They’ll automatically know that it’s not safe.
If little Jane refuses to take her medicine, you can not fool her or force her, even if it will save her life. It’s her body, her choice.
Junior doesn’t want to go to school anymore? He doesn’t have to. Child services and the government will understand that the responsibility for Junior’s education isn’t yours.
If Jane is refusing to go to bed at a decent hour to ensure that she’s getting a healthy and reasonable amount of sleep, she doesn’t have to. She decides her bedtime.
You no longer have to worry about taking objects away from children. Let them play with all of the matches, razors, knives, scissors and guns they can get their hands on. They’ll learn, it’s called natural selection. You will not be held accountable for their choices.
By being a responsible parent, you are awarding a child less rights to their body than a corpse.
But that’s not all, dear parents…
If you don’t want to give your body at any point and time to your child, you don’t have to.
If you ever feel like breaking the law, remember, the police officers have no right to arrest you against your will. They still need your consent before arresting you and forcing you to wear handcuffs or putting you in a jail cell.
And remember, if an EMT ever saves your life while you are unconscious and unable to consent to life-saving treatment, you have a case!
If anyone ever tries to prevent you from committing suicide, know that they have no right to take action.
Further along the bodily autonomy statement, it is mentioned: ” A fetus is equal in this regard because if I need someone else’s body parts to live, they can also legally deny me their use.”
Understandable, however it leads me to just one question…
Who got consent from the fetus, who has his/her own set of DNA, to donate his/her own body to science?