There’s a court case in B.C. about the right of offspring created with the use of anonymous egg or sperm donors to know who their biological parents are. It’s quite obvious, from the offspring’s point of view, that one has the right to know who one’s parents are. But unfortunately, those “parents” weren’t having children, they were creating commodities – without thinking that perhaps, one day, the “commodities” in question might ask for something completely normal and human. Embarrassing, what.
For what it’s worth, I am entirely on the side of the kids.by