Is it immoral for humans to intentionally and willfully try to permanently alter their sexual reproductive system due to vasectomy or tubal ligation?

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I was just curious what your views are on people who intentionally want to forgo the possibility of having children due to vasectomies or tubal ligations!

I am not taking about temporarily delaying this possibility due to contraception usage like condoms and birth control pills or things of that nature. Some people even see this form of birth control as immoral.

What are your beliefs? Is any form of birth control other than abstinence immoral in your views? If temporary delays of birth control is okay with you, are you drawing the line at permanent methods like vasectomies or tubal ligations where it is going to the extreme by having surgery to your body?

Some people think this is playing God as is it saying I will dictate how my sexual fruit or lack thereof will be during my sexual intercourse. Are you among this or do you take a different stance? Of course, permanently altering your sexual reproductive system will get more negative views than a temporary altering or delay.

Are you for temporary methods but against permanent methods? If so, explain thoroughly why! Please share your top views concerning permanently altering and willfully trying to prevent having children!
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Is it immoral for humans to intentionally and willfully try to permanently alter their sexual reproductive system due to vasectomy or tubal ligation?
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