|21 In short, these are not things you should be thinking about,
22 At all.
CHAPTER 191 Remember only that it is your desire not to be the prisoner of your anatomy,
2 No matter who gets hurt,
3 Because it's not your fault if an egg gets the wrong idea every now and again,
4 aAnd besides, you didn't ask to be born anyway,
5 bAnd you're not responsible for the joke called evolution,
6 Which has played a lot of nasty tricks on us anyway,
7 cIncluding the pain of childbirth,
8 Which no one should have to experience against her will,
9 dNot to mention rape,
10 eAnd cramps and bloating,
11 fAnd contraceptives,
12 gAnd sanitary napkins,
13 hAnd brassieres,
14 iAnd being too small to knock them on their keester when they get out of line,
15 jAnd motherhood,
16 And all the rest of it,
17 Which we absolutely, positively did not ask for,
18 But got anyway,
19 kWhich means it is certainly unfair to assume that we're automatically responsible for all the consequences,
20 lAnd besides, it's a lot easier to blame it all on sexism and the Bible-beaters.
CHAPTER 201 mYou may have noticed that I've mentioned your rights a few times,
||2 And I advise you never to forget them,
3 Although it's also important never to define them too precisely either,
4 Because the only things that should ever be certain about rights are that you have them,
5 They are inalienable,
6 And they consist of your desires,
7 Whatever they are.
8 If people ask for the reasons why you should have this or that right, provide them freely,
9 And don't forget that there are no contradictions.
10 For example, if it is your desire to have an abortion,
11 It is your right,
12 Because it is your desire,
13 nAnd you are free to justify your right by pointing at all the poor little babies who have to grow up in broken homes, on hardly any money at all, with practically no chance to have a decent life.
14 If, on the other hand, you suddenly realize that it is your desire to have a baby,
15 Even though you're not married and don't have a boyfriend and can't abide the thought of living with one of them,
16 It is still your right to have a baby by artificial insemination and bring her up alone,
17 Because it is your desire,
18 oAnd you are free to justify your right by pointing at all the perfectly happy children who grow up in broken homes, on hardly any money at all, and without knowing who their fathers are, either.
19 Because truly there are no contradictions for the person who follows the Way of Harry,