Books on Antinatalism, for those interested

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Dalek Prime
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Books on Antinatalism, for those interested

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... In no particular order. All worthwhile.

Every Cradle Is a Grave: Rethinking the Ethics of Birth and Suicide -
by Sarah Perry ... -grave-02/
(Download at bottom of page. Awesome read! Covers a lot!)

No Baby No Cry: Christian Antinatalism - Martin Smith
https://theselfishparent.files.wordpres ... bnc4_4.pdf
(I've added the above, as it's a pleasant read, though I disagree with the author's exception of having children to benefit an unhappy woman. I don't believe in bending ethics. He obviously does.)

Better Never to Have Been: The Harm of Coming into Existence -
by David Benatar

The Conspiracy Against the Human Race: A Contrivance of Horror –
by Thomas Ligotti
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