That parents should have the right to implant GPS trackers in their children
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1. It is silly because you can literally use their cellphones as Gps trackers. If you are too poor to get your kids a $20 cellphone you probably won't be able to get them a GPS tracker.
2. Often things implanted in the body after a certain amount of time begin to break down. With the device possibly being in the child up to 100 years or more it will likely start to break down and the elements will enter the child's blood stream and become dangerous and unhealthy possibly to the point of killing them.
3. Everyone should have the right to bodily autonomy. This iincludes women who want to murder their unborn child. With society placing a higher value on a woman's bodily autonomy over a black child's life (50% of black children are murdered before they are born) you can rest assured we as a society will value that child's autonomy. If he were idebtical in every way but in the womb, he can go fuck himself, but being not in the womb we care about him so no you can not disrespect his bodily autonomy by sticking a gps tracker in him.
4. Even if bodily autonomy was not important. It seems if somebody is under 18 even if they give consent it is illegal to put stuff inside of them. I learned this the hard way and now am on a sex offenders database. Society does not like us jamming foreign objects into any part of a 12 year old boy with brown hair, green eyes wearing a transformers t-shirt at little league baseball practice. GPS "magic Wand" or otherwise.
New argument. Hitler is bad. He tried to track the Jews and pro is trying to do the same thing as Hitler, making the action unethical.