I’m sorry. I don’t want to sound cruel (well, more than usual, I mean), or to diminish the suffering of those who have great difficulty conceiving children. But golly, articles like this one bug me big time. Children are persons, not things we choose to have rights over.
Tanya’s got nothing but questions here: How can a government decide to cover abortions but not cover IVF? It’s contradictory in the most obvious sense of the word. Is there reproductive choice, or isn’t there?
If a woman is infertile sometime between puberty and menopause, for whatever reason, she is suffering from an actual physical ailment. If a woman becomes pregnant through natural means, it’s an indication of her reproductive health. So, here in Canada, our health care system might treat the healthy one, but leave the unhealthy one to fend for herself? Really? Genius.by