Sunday, August 4, 2013

When the children of IVF speak out

From a post by Alana Newman, whose biological father closed all doors to communication once she had discovered who he was.  He was paid to give sperm, which was then used to inseminate her mother who wanted a child.  So where are Alana's rights in all of this? 
No wonder the Catholic church opposes invitro fertilization: children have a right to a biological father and mother.
We’ve created a class of people who are manufactured, and treat them as less-than-fully human, demanding that they be grateful for whatever circumstances we give them. While fathers of traditionally conceived human beings are chased down and forced to make child support payments as a minimal standard of care, people conceived commercially are reprimanded when they question the anonymous voids that their biological fathers so “lovingly” left.

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