As to rights vs responsibilities. People with disabilites should have the right to have children as should anyone. No one should be forced to have an abortion or to give up their child for adoption on account of disability.
I know lots of people disagree, for me disability has nothing to do with being able to have a child/parent.
If you cannot support a kid physically, emontionally and fincally you should not have a kid.(IMO-please don't get mad, I am not judging or meaning to comment on any specific situation-just generaly how I feel)
Right now, I can't support a kid finacaly~even if that does change as I am hoping it will, I still feel that I am not functoning well enough physically to care for a kid.
Therefore I have decided not to ever have kids, something I need to be very foward about in any kind of serious dateing relationship.
I am sure that there are people with my level of dis who want/have kids, I DO NOT judge em. I just made a decision about my own personal life.
I could be wrong but from the tone of your posts I gather that A) you've never experienced discrimination based on your disability status. B) Due to that you deny that disability discrimination happens.
If that's not accurate-I am sorry.
If it is, just because I've never been discriminated against for being Italian or a woman doesn't mean it doesn't happen everyday to someone.
Just cause I've never been sexually abused doesn't mean 1 out of 4 girls aren't by the time they're 18.
Not all PWDs are advocates for disabled rights nor do I feel they need to be. But if someone dedicates their life to that~well I feel that's a beautiful thing.