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Mumbai man plans to sue own parents because they gave him birth without his consent

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Mumbai, Feb 5: This world never ceases to surprise us. A man from Mumbai has decided to sue his own parents because they brought them into the world without taking his 'consent'.

Mumbai man plans to sue own parents because they gave him birth without his consent

The 27-year-old, named Raphael Samuel, is upset that his parents did not take his permission for giving him birth, as per reports and posts on social media site Facebook.

Samuel, a believer in anti-natalism, which assigns a negative value to birth, and is convinced that human beings are a destructive force on earth and it is wrong to reproduce more of them.

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If one thinks that the man has a bad relationship with his parents and hence taking such a stand, it is not true. In fact, he has a cordial relationship with them but ideologically, he is opposed to people giving birth to a child just for the sake of it.

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"I love my parents, and we have a great relationship, but they had me for their joy and their pleasure. My life has been amazing, but I don't see why I should put another life through the rigamarole of school and finding a career, especially when they didn't ask to exist," The Print quoted Raphael as saying.

Raphael has a Facebook page called 'Nihiland' where he preached about his beliefs of a child-free world.

On the face of it, Raphael certainly sounds bizarre but deep within, his analysis perhaps is another angle to see at the world of today.

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