Is passing on a family name important? I am choosing to remain childless because of the work, money and time sink that are kids and because I want to live my life for me but my dad gives me this carp about the family line dying.
What gives? Is this actually important to people?
>countless generations of survivors going back millions of years in one continuous line
>break line because feelings
I get it, it just always seems like a shame to me. Its like you're consciously deciding to be the combo breaker in a line of successful breeders going back forever.
You are everything that is wrong with the millennial.
The rest of the humanity and all of the predecessors that went through horror and toil to make your existence possible - fucking nowhere.
You fucking ungrateful shit.
After everything collapses and Europe is purged of non-Europeans we need to reinstate ancestor worship.
Not knowing the struggles of your ancestors is a big deal.
Not being a role model father doesn't stop anyone below 100 IQ from having a child.
Yeah, there's just nothing like the feeling of your genes getting carried down through the ages. I'm childless, but I'm going to breed the fuck out of my English-German gf when we get married