Wednesday, December 22, 2010

IVF: Women Living & Procreating Without Men

Americans have a unique opportunity to observe the demise of the family unit in Europe. For example, in the U.K., where laws favoring fatherhood have been discarded, we see that given the choice, many women prefer motherhood without men.

UPDATE 9/28/15 - Virgin Births: IVF Eliminating Fatherhood

-- From "The soaring rate of 'no-father' families: Lesbian couples and single women rush for IVF" by Jenny Hope, U.K. Daily Mail 12/20/10

There has been a doubling of lesbian couples undergoing fertility treatment, while three times as many women are taking the plunge into single parenthood.

The legal changes affecting such families came in the 2008 Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act, which allowed birth certificates to record two mothers or two fathers.

The same Act scrapped the requirement for fertility doctors to consider a child’s need for a male role model before giving IVF treatment.

When the law was changed many Christian groups and campaigners for traditional family values warned it would further undermine the role of fathers.

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Click headlines below for previous articles:

The Feminist's Dream: A Civilization Without Men

Men Without Sperm: Empowering Women

UK: Women Win Right to Children Without Fathers

Gay Procreation: Successful Offspring from Two Males

Marriage Obsolete: American Poll

Marriage Trend: Confined within Church

'Intact Family' Nearly Extinct among Blacks

Homosexuality and Contracting for Children

Designer Babies with Three Biological Parents

Pennsylvania Court Finds Three Adults Can Have Parental Rights

Lesbians' Common Sperm Donor Limits Gene Pool