Should prospective parents be able to determine their child’s gender?

Yep, another week another Toshiba moral dilemma. Like last week rather than think about it I’ll just rattle off some nonsense and that laptop is as good as mine. The get me a free laptop button is was below.

 

Should prospective parents be able to determine their child’s gender?

Parents have to determine many things in a child’s life, is little Timmy struggling at school, should I immunise him, shall I give him a ridiculous name so he suffers throughout school, has he evacuated his bowels or is it just wind and those are some of the easier decisions. Parents must have a keen eye to judge what’s going on with their child lest they grow up to become an estate agent.

This brings us to the crux of the argument, determining a child’s gender is very easy. If it has something dangling between it’s legs then it’s a boy, if not it’s a girl and if it has something massive dangling between it’s legs then call the nurse over to cut the umbilical cord. If you’re a prospective parent and you don’t know that then I’d seriously think twice about what you’re letting yourself in for.