Well derp. Of course that was an extreme example - that's why there was an "if" at the start. "If" all the potential couples chose to have ONE child, "this" is what would happen. Of course there are homosexual couples who might choose not have a child, there might be straight couples that choose to remain childless, there might be single women who choose not to have children, and there might be couples that choose not to have biological children and adopt instead. Then there might be people that choose to have 3-10 kids of their own. I would never take away the RIGHT to have 50+ kids if a family chooses to do so. But I would hope that we would lose this MADDENING mentality that we need to have "our own" kids. For what? It's not like we are royalty or that lineage actually matters anymore. It's such an ego thing, to pass on our own genes. If you want to have a child because you want to raise it with all the love and care available, then have one! But consider that there are thousands of unwanted children in the world that could use your love and care, and that you could do something to change the world in adopting one of those children. If the Duggars had chosen to adopt twenty kids, I would be over the moon with praise for them. They instead chose to boink like rabbits and create more mouths to feed. Yay them?