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PinValentine
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rikomalpense
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In incestuous couples that are two consenting adults be allowed their right to biological children?

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Started: 1/19/2015 Category: Philosophy
Updated: 2 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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PinValentine

Pro

In this debate, we will explore the idea of acceptance with Incestuous relationships. Should Incest between two consenting adults be legal, accepted, and tolerated along with the LGBT community? Should Incestuous couples be allowed their right to biological children?

I will be Pro.

Round 1: Acceptance and statement of position.

Round 2: Initial Arguments.

Round 3: Rebuttals one.

Round 4: Rebuttals two.

Round 5: Closing statement and arguments.

I look forward to this debate, and I hope rikomalpense will accept.
rikomalpense

Con

I accept. I look forwards to a good debate. BOP is shared, as decided in the comments.

My stances are the following, as discussed previously:

1) Incest between two consenting adults should be legal, accepted, and tolerated, but it should not be considered to be part of the LGBT+ community.

2) Incestuous couples should not be given the right to have biological children.

I await Pro's arguments.
Debate Round No. 1
PinValentine

Pro

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rikomalpense

Con

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Debate Round No. 2
PinValentine

Pro

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rikomalpense

Con

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Debate Round No. 3
PinValentine

Pro

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rikomalpense

Con

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Debate Round No. 4
PinValentine

Pro

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rikomalpense

Con

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Debate Round No. 5
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Posted by Zarroette 2 years ago
Zarroette
Don't forfeit your rounds, Riko. You'll still get conduct points so long as you forfeit less rounds than your opponent. Just type "extend" every time your opponent doesn't write anything. It'll help give you free points if your opponent decides to come back and argue.
Posted by rikomalpense 2 years ago
rikomalpense
Hi, are you still interested in debating?
Posted by PinValentine 2 years ago
PinValentine
Take as long as the time allows.
Posted by rikomalpense 2 years ago
rikomalpense
Alright I look forwards to a good debate :)
Posted by rikomalpense 2 years ago
rikomalpense
Your terms seem acceptable but I'm afraid I've been forced onto my phone and it's a bit difficult to type.
Posted by PinValentine 2 years ago
PinValentine
Me too. Just post your round one (acceptance and statement of position) when ever, and my initial argument will follow.
Posted by PinValentine 2 years ago
PinValentine
Me too. Just post your round one (acceptance and statement of position) when ever, and my initial argument will follow.
Posted by rikomalpense 2 years ago
rikomalpense
Very well. Could we discuss this further tomorrow? It's quite late where I live.
Posted by PinValentine 2 years ago
PinValentine
I changed the title question. It would not allow me to put both parts in, so I put the second part in the statement in round one.
Posted by PinValentine 2 years ago
PinValentine
I would argue we both have BOP. I by stating that the widely accepted idea of genetic problems are not so bad, or right as people think. You by stating that they are just as bad as people think. We are making two different claims at opposite ends of the spectrum. If you choose to leave BOP on me, I will accept that, but I cannot believe you to be a winner with only statements with no BOP to back you up. Should you win with no BOP I would be disappointed. I would also like to see what information you have to offer. I am always open to my mind being changed.
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