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T-Shirts & Bumper Stickers

Unlike plagues of the dark ages or contemporary diseases we do not understand, the modern plague of overpopulation is soluble by means we have discovered and with resources we possess. What is lacking is not sufficient knowledge of the solution but universal consciousness of the gravity of the problem and education of the billions who are its victim.

-Martin Luther King, Jr.,
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Bumper Sticker Ideas

Not sure where this came from:
God Stopped at two,
how about you!

 Love Your Mother,
Don't Become
A Father

From Childless by Choice in WA State:
- two healthy incomes,
no kids,
early retirement

Too Much of a Good Thing

From Church of Euthanasia
(You'll need a generous sense
of humor to visit this irreverent page.)

 Thank you for
not breeding

From Charles E. Macarthur
Vasectomy -
100% juice but no seeds

Talk About It!

Increased Crowdiness

Dilutes Democracy

Bumper Stickers

Population Explosion

Chorus: As I was going to St. Ives
I met a man with seven wives
Every wife had seven cars.
Every car held seven maids.
Every maid had seven friends.
Every friend had seven sons.
Every son had seven wives
And all were moving to St. Ives

The city welcomed to their doors
The old man and his retinue.
More money for their thriving stores
As city population grew

And even sooner than they thought,
The old man and his entourage
Had seven chickens in each pot
And seven cars in each garage

....more of this song and other parodies at

Parody lyrics (c)6/14/89 by Bob Kanefsky. All rights reserved.
The copyright of the original lyrics and music remain with the holder(s) of the original copyright.
Reprinted from Songworm 3 This parody was sung by Leslie Fish on Tapeworm 2 Parody of "Grain Train" , words and music by Leslie Fish

from Nigeria:
Love Carefully

from editorialist Richard Estrada:
Ignoring overpopulation is like ignoring
 an elephant in your living room

Karen's Condom Collection
& other family planning messages
(If you are under 18, please ask
your parents if you can view this page)

"What becomes of the surplus of human life? It is either, 1st. destroyed by infanticide, as among the Chinese and Lacedemonians; or 2d. it is stifled or starved, as among other nations whose population is commensurate to its food; or 3d. it is consumed by wars and endemic diseases; or 4th. it overflows, by emigration, to places where a surplus of food is attainable." -- James Madison, 1791

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I got these cuties in Thailand. It is part of a family planning program. Humorous posters were also offered. Shows you how humor helps sell the idea of family planning. I doubt if they would send anything to an individual, but they might ship a bulk order. Also, someone could take this picture and make a T-shirt with the caption:

Family Planning Prevents Abortions

Address is: Cabbages and Condoms Handicrafts, No. 8 Sukhimvit Rd., Soi 12, Bankok 10110

Too Many People
lyrics by Fred Small

Too many people having too many babies.
Got to love them babies
but there's too many people
having too many babies...
When Columbus sailed the ocean we were 400 million.
...Now we're pushing the millennium 6 billion ..
If you are a child welcome to the world ..
...and if you have babies please stop at two...

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This is a T-shirt design from the
same place in Thailand:

        Love Glove

Sex can be so hot
Sex can still be safe
In the beauty of our love
Fear shall have no place
In the heat of passion
It's easy not to be aware
So when you first feel the spark
Remember to take care

Put on that love glove
Put on that love glove

Love Glove (c 1988 by Charlie Murphey)
from the album Secret Language

Sustainability Songs
from Center for a
New American Dream