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It is the realm that in Hohfeld's terms represents for the procreator a liberty to have children (or a lack of duty not to procreate), a claim-right to the constitutional duty the state owes not to interfere with our having children, as well as a constitutional immunity from the state altering the liberty or claim-right.
Billson reflect some of Collins's concerns by stating that despite the history of racism and discrimination, black men have "defined manhood in terms familiar to white men: breadwinner, provider, procreator, protector" (1).
Parents are the procreators, rather than the creators of their children, meaning that children are their trusts, rather than their possessions, products, or projects.
The Australian so-called ancestors are not conceptualized as procreators.