is it wrong.....

Discussion in 'Relationships, Discrimination, and Jealousy' started by B_theaussieone, Mar 7, 2012.

  1. B_theaussieone

    B_theaussieone New Member

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    if you choose a partner based on how potentially good looking your future offspring with them might be. I dont mean just beauty, i also mean choosing a partner based on intelligence, cunning, strength, penis size family trait etc, hoping that your future offspring have the same traits?
     
  2. ManlyBanisters

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    If that's the only thing influencing your choice then I'd be hard pressed to say 'no, it's fine' - on the flip side a lot of that goes on subconsciously in our choice of mates anyway.

    And, as you say, it is a 'hope' - unless you do some serious delving there's no way of telling what regressive traits could come to the surface. There's also other unseens to consider - potential genetic disorders - are you going to screen out women with breast cancer in the family, muscular dystrophy, genetic heart disease, and so on ad infinitum?
     
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