“So . . . what would happen if he was?
Imagine, for a moment, a world in which a sixteen year old boy went in for his summer camp physical, and while he was getting his vaccinations caught up they took twenty minutes to put his reproductive life on pause. With no chance of getting anyone pregnant until he was 26, what different kind of future does he face?
Imagine a world where a young man has a leisurely amount of time to cultivate a career, pursue a degree, develop a skill or master a profession, without the looming, lingering danger of unwanted pregnancy. Imagine the shift in power as the ability for a woman to have a child comes under male review and approval.
The procedure is not expensive – around $1000 – and it appears to be perfectly safe. If one assumes that any teenage boy with a brain in his head and a future ahead of him would take advantage of such a procedure, then only the very low-status, low-quality males would be casually fertile. Competition for high-quality males would be extremely high among women, forcing even more competition for the Big C-Commitment of an engagement ring. When a woman’s ability to conceive is reduced to her ability to attract a man who finds her worthy enough to flip the switch and have a baby with her, the rules of the SMP change dramatically.”
Bring it on, the feminists would hate it. There would be no excuse, can you imagine??