Artefacts of the anti-reproductive futurism, sculptures

Reproductive futurism is a theory coined down by American writer Lee Edelman, that criticizes the existence of the Child political rethoric and propaganda,  that is used for promoting  the heteronormative idea of procreation as the ultimate right vision of a future, for which the present is sacrificed. 
As a response to this theory I collected different answers from people who don’t have a desire to have children. Four questions have been asked, about the reasons of their choice or opinions on abortion and birth control. The answers were translated into visualizations that became metal children toys. The toys are based on kid-friendly shapes, but are dangerous to play with because of their weight and spikes, In the end they become anti-child toys meant to criticize reproduction as the ultimate reason for human existence.