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  1. Matteo Parkhurst August 21, 2007 8:57 am

    One’s first step in wisdom is to kuesteon everything – and one’s last is to come to terms with everything.

  2. AK November 6, 2009 11:49 am

    This is going to be very depressing, but there is another, excellent reason to arrange for a developmentally disabled child to have a hysterectomy (or vasectomy):

    Some creeps molest disabled people and can get them pregnant.

    So, this is what Ashley X’s parents could have been in for had they not taken that precaution:

    Their daughter, who might have grown to have an adult body and a toddler’s mind, could have been raped by a perv, become pregnant, produced an infant she could not have parented and Ashley’s anguished parents, already caring for Ashley would have had a grandchild on their hands and consciences as well.

    Wonder if any journalist or intrusive religious types ever thought of that scenario?

    Because, am sorry to report..these things do happen. They’re depressing and not feel good stories, so they dont get reported too often.