One solution to many woes: make sperm scarce.

The Grim Guy, Lucian Vâlsan wrote a very interesting article: A bachelor tax – not so unlikely in which he describes the Romanian circumstances in the 1980’s under Nicolae Ceaușescu. The Romanian Communist Party decided to increase the birthrate in the country – being dissatisfied with how the population recovered numerically following the World War II. One of their approaches, in addition to starving the population was to tax men over 25 that had no children. This was colloquially known as “the dick tax.”

In this context, of absurd desire of the supreme leader to increase
birthrates and to pay off national debt by quite literally starving the
population gave birth to the so-called celibacy tax of 1986.

To be honest, were this to happen in North America, I would consider this a good thing: it would be a solid legal reason to bring up issues of men’s lack of reproductive rights. You want to tax us as incitement to have children? Provide us the same sort of rights and protections that we have granted women. Were this the case, I suspect that you’d see “marriage” or at least some form of pairing up regain popularity. Something like this is a series of milestone lawsuits waiting to happen.

But for today’s environment, I’m convinced that the best means is still the pressure of withdrawing the benefits of free/cheap dick to women, the withholding of children (making great efforts to not create them, that is), of provision and of protection.”

Feminism can only exist in an environment of where sperm is freely and cheaply available, where dick is an undervalued commodity. When women control reproduction in large part due to men’s lack of decent contraception, in view of men’s drive  to enjoy normal, happy, intimacy as sexual beings and in view that laws involving reproduction work mostly in women’s favour and mostly to men’s disfavour.

Consider: if men were the gatekeepers of their reproduction, if we could control our fertility, there’d be significantly less paternity fraud, less dispossessing men of their homes and goods, less dispossessing of their future salaries designed mainly to bring in more revenue to the court. Feminists would have even less claim to the notion that men are rapists. Of course, they’d still find a way to find the withholding of dick as a form of oppression against women, by “denying” them the “right” to make babies, but honestly, one who seeks to be a victim needs very little excuse. But it would be another means to cause women to re-evaluate how men are treated.

Consider that as men, we literally give away diamonds and our future for the opportunity to give away sperm. We treat our sperm as though it were garbage, we pay to have our future hauled the dump, so to speak.

It’s time to turn the world around. Men, keep your dicks–or at least your sperm–to yourselves. Make it a scarce commodity. I can imagine no greater tool to help change the laws. The sound of thundering biological clocks would shake the foundation of the current legal and political system.

This is one reason to support the Parsemus Foundation with bringing Vasalgel to North America, then the world. Donate to The Parsemus Foundation here.

We do still have our sexual drive, however. In a world where prostitution is legal, but soliciting the service is not, we would have need some outlet. This is where porn, sex toys and sex workers can become an important player in a whole new economy.

We would probably need to create 1-3 generations of men who view their sperm as the valuable commodity that it is. We’d need to ensure that temporary sterilization become a right of passage as soon as the child is able to consent, where parents consider this as a means to protecting their boys. We would need to put an end to sperm donation.

A large part of our world’s problems are due to uncalculated and not carefully premeditated choice in reproduction. This would of course be a large scale social engineering project, but if Feminists have taught us anything, it is that our world’s societies and cultures can do a 180 in one generation. That is spinning on a dime in terms of species time-scale.

So boys: protect your sperm and treat it as a commodity more valuable than diamonds. Our seed is literally the seeds of the future. Treat it as such.

It is time for men to adapt and adopt this as the new male anthem :)

 

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8 thoughts on “One solution to many woes: make sperm scarce.

  1. I disagree that we would need to put an end to “sperm donation”. I, like many other men, get paid a tidy sum for our “donations”. If the goal is to increase the value of sperm, I can think of no better way than to make literally paying for it one of the few ways to get it. Yes my sperm is valuable and I know this because I receive CASH for my “donations”

    • Francis Roy says:

      I will admit that selling it is better than paying to get rid of it, but I’m not sold. First, what are you paid? Second, are you provided with anonymity and legal protection against future paternity claims? I’ve read too many articles where sperm was stolen (via fraud) from the sperm banks, and the man was held responsible. The ultimate point, however, is that sperm is cheap and easily accessed. I would see it become a rare and difficult to obtain commodity. That which is given away freely is not respected.

      • I’m not allowed to disclose the amount, but it’s not trivial. Yes I am provided with anonymity and legal protections against paternity claims. I don’t know of a single case where sperm was stolen from a sperm bank and the doners where held responsible. Once I’m paid, it’s not my sperm. It’s the sperm banks sperm. The cases I’m aware of with sperm jacking never involve sperm banks it’s used condoms and poking holes in condoms and such.

        I fully agree with your point that sperm is far to cheap and easily accessed. Attaching a real dollar amount to sperm paid in cash does more to create a recognized value than simply with holding. I fully agree that which is given away freely is not respected. I’m saying getting paid cash is not giving it away freely. It’s getting paid cash.

      • Tarnished says:

        The weird thing is, even something that is rare and difficult to obtain may be valueless. Take egg donations for example. I looked into donating my own, because I’m healthy, have never needed medications, am pretty fit, and the women in my family lines tend to have strong babies. I figured that even if *I* had no use for them, someone should be able to benefit from my eggs.

        So I did the research, got my blood and drug tests done, filled out the 8 page application, and ensured I’d be able to make it to the fertility clinic for the necessary injections and treatments. (Men just need 10 minutes and a cup to donate sperm…for women it’s a 2 month long process of abdominal injections and an outpatient procedure.) Yet after all this I got rejected after the first interview because I’m Caucasian and they really only needed Asian applications. (Although the fact my father has bipolar disorder didn’t help matters, I was informed.) Eggs are rare and hard to obtain…but apparently only certain ones are rare enough to warrant taking.

        Not saying that men shouldn’t be more careful with their sperm, but wanted to point out the other side of reproductive donation.

  2. Tarnished says:

    Lol, classic Monty Python. Love it.

    Now onto the serious side:

    -Technically the bachelor tax of Russia was directed at *anyone* who remained single/childless after age 25…women and men both. However, it was easier for women to bribe doctors into signing certificates of infertility than it was for male citizens. But women who couldn’t afford to do this and had jobs got taxed as well. I’m fairly confident that both our governments are greedy enough at their core that they wouldn’t deny themselves money from taxable female workers just because. Besides, single parents would most likely be exempt from this, so feminists shouldn’t have that much of a leg to stand on against it, right? I mean, if they really are fighting for equality, then both sexes should be taxed…

    -I am hopeful that Vasagel, or any male Pill/injection really, will be available within the next few years. However, I’m very concerned about the lobbying that will most likely be done against it as it nears fruition. Are worries like this valid, or do you believe most higher ups will see it for the great equalizer that it is?

    -Why do you feel men aren’t gatekeepers in their own right? Is it merely the fact that males of the animal kingdom are the ones who have to impress the females and we’ve just never gotten over this instinct? Is it because women are the ones who actually carry the fetus to term and have the most to biologically from picking a bad mate? Or is there more to it?

    • Francis Roy says:

      Technically the bachelor tax of Russia was directed at *anyone* who remained single/childless after age 25…women and men both.

      Fair point.

      I am hopeful that Vasagel, or any male Pill/injection really, will be available within the next few years. However, I’m very concerned about the lobbying that will most likely be done against it as it nears fruition. Are worries like this valid, or do you believe most higher ups will see it for the great equalizer that it is?

      I think the concern is very valid, and I sincerely doubt that it will go unopposed. I don’t know enough about lobbying and organizing to provide some prescription against it’s (to me) unknown effect.

      Why do you feel men aren’t gatekeepers in their own right? Is it merely the fact that males of the animal kingdom are the ones who have to impress the females and we’ve just never gotten over this instinct? Is it because women are the ones who actually carry the fetus to term and have the most to biologically from picking a bad mate? Or is there more to it?

      We aren’t the gate keepers of our own fertility for a number of reasons:

      1. The strong instinctual drive to sex combined (including an admitted lack of self-discipline and forethought) with
      2. No discreet, reliable method of controlling our biology;
      3. A legal system that over time falls just short of punishing men for having children combined with
      4. A culture that encourages women profitably divorce men when the hard work at relationships is “too much effort”;
      5. The all-to-frequent culturally induced psychological effect that too many men depend on the social validation of a woman’s attention as a means to dignity and so give themselves away too cheaply.
      6. The instinctive dismissing men as providers and protectors, or as some call it, the empathy gap. While it is true that women are often viewed in the light of sexual creatures, men are viewed as service providers, utilities.

      In the end, what I’m promoting is the notion that men take charge of their destiny. I’m not asking women to change, or even commenting on political ideologies. Men are 50% of the problem, women are the other 50%. I’m encouraging men to take charge of that which they do have control over, not only for themselves on a daily basis, but eventually as an emergent property of this, society as a whole.

      Until such time as we can control our own fertility and legal destinies as relates to reproduction we will remain at the mercy of a legal and cultural system that is quite happy to overlook some fundamental inequities that work to the detriment of 50% of the population, and thus will harm the whole, collectively as well as individually.

  3. GC Cooper says:

    I have long advocated that all men at age 14 should have 50 million sperm cells frozen, then receive a vasectomy — paid for by a tax on women”, perhaps called a Nuisance Tax.

    Only then will women lose their true source of power – ownership of the means of reproduction”.

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