A little less than a month ago a baby boy was born in France, which of itself is not really big news. The reason why he was born, however, makes his birth shocking news—though the practice that led to his birth has been growing in popularity for many years.
At some point, anticipated and even feared by some parents, every child asks the inevitable question: “Where did I come from?” That question is endemic to humanity.
“It is to be hoped that Costa Rica does not violate the rights of the unborn with laws that legitimise in vitro fertilisation or abortion,” said Pope Benedict XVI [on 3 December] in remarks to the new Costa Rican ambassador to the Vatican.
Abortionist Martin Haskell, developer of the intact dilation and extraction method of killing (a type of partial birth abortion), recently moved his abortion facility from Cincinnati, Ohio to Sharonville, Ohio.
“Reproductive technology” is fraught with moral problems, including practices, that should never arise. They occur because some clinicians have determined that they can treat infertility by manipulation.
The hypocrisy of the current administration never ceases to amaze me— or, I should say—frighten me. There are a few things about President Obama that I simply cannot, for the life of me, figure out.
It was interesting to read Elizabeth Comeau’s Boston Globe article about her new baby and her own notoriety as the first baby born in the United States as a result of in vitro fertilization.
A romantic comedy, The Back-Up Plan, starring Jennifer Lopez, came out this past weekend. The story centers on the main character, Zoe, who gets fed up with her nonexistent love life and lack of children.