So, in typical fashion, you are picking the fly-do out of the pepper to subvert the primary point of the comment.
What "typical fashion"?
The primary point in your comment was logically fallacious - so don't expect it to go unchallenged, then defend yourself by claiming that I'm nitpicking.
In any case, effectively arguing that the choice of an individual not to breed (for any reason) is going against "nature" in an arguably overpopulated world - seems to be a very silly position to base any argument. Our species is hardly under threat of extinction due to people consciously choosing not to have kids. Probably the reverse.
I must then apologise, I didn't realise you were an expert (possibly even published) in animal behavior, human biology or sociology. I can only assume this by the way to call my opinion fallacious.
Anyhow, just like MikeB4, but for very different reasons, I shall exit the echo chamber.