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Man sues parents for being born






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A man in India is suing his parents. They did not ask him if he wanted to be born. Raphael Samuel, 27, believes in anti-natalism. Anti-natalists think that having children is wrong. They think the world is a better place with fewer children. China's one-child policy was a kind of anti-natalism.

Samuel posted a video on YouTube. He talked about suing his parents. He said: "I want everyone...to [know]...they are born without their consent....We should be paid by our parents to live....I love my parents...but they had me for their joy." Samuel's mother said her son could not have asked her not to be born.

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