Is the Stork going out of Business? What do you tell a Child whose Birth is the Result of a Non-Traditional Fertilization Process? And how much will Therapy Cost?

storkThe New York Times has an interesting article today, discussing how to tell children that they were a product of a non-traditional fertilization process. Mommy’s tummy was broken. She had to borrow someone else’s. Daddy doesn’t have that equipment. Neither does daddy. Yes, I know the pregnant man had a baby, but he used to be a woman…

These people are so focused on their own desire to have children that they’re not thinking it through; telling a child with two fathers that only mommies can do that is going to open up a can of worms. If it takes a mommy to have a baby, where the hell is mine?

I wouldn’t be surprised at a future need for therapists who specialize in working with people who were products of non-standard fertilization.

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3 Responses to Is the Stork going out of Business? What do you tell a Child whose Birth is the Result of a Non-Traditional Fertilization Process? And how much will Therapy Cost?

  1. Smated says:

    How can you live with yourself? That is extremely ignorant, biased and selfish of you to say. Maybe that’s what you were going for. This has nothing to do with the children but more-so you’re distaste for gays. How can you possibly preach about god when you yourself are so full of hate.

  2. Nan says:

    I’m not preaching about God. If you review the commentary, I believe it’s selfish for anyone to have children by artificial means and believe those children will later need therapy.

    I also believe that the anger exhibited by you and others at those who hold traditional Christian beliefs is a direct result of your knowledge that what you’re doing is sinful.

    You’re showing your bias, ignorance, hate and selfishness by lashing out at me; all I did was present my opinion but suddenly I’m full of hate? I made a general comment and you’re making personal remarks about me that are full of assumptions. Who exactly is full of hate here?

  3. fikalo says:

    I find it hard to get my head around how some people will go to extreme lengths to conceive a child, others go to extreme lengths to abort the child they have, and meanwhile a whole lot of other children are in desperate need for a family but for various reasons are missing out. Really quite a sad state of affairs.

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