“I really don’t understand controversy or people who oppose what we do,” Harris said. “I think a lot of people should realize they’re never going to be good parents, and never have children.”
“If I had enough money, there wouldn’t be any pregnancies for drug addicts,” she said.
So far, the program has had a modest start in Britain. Harris paid a Leicester man £200, about $314, to have a vasectomy in September. The man, identified only as John, told the BBC the money influenced his decision to undergo the procedure.
“It was something that I’d been thinking about for a long time, and something I wanted to do. I just hadn’t got around to it,” he said.