It is very unfortunate that these children have been abandoned due to an error in the GPA or PMA process. Pharmacy doctor Blanche Strabb observed that these conditions also show that the genetic link cannot be dismissed as irrelevant.
Here is some information that makes you think. An American couple – unable to conceive a child – sponsor one through surrogacy in some US states. Male and female gametes supply which is used for fertilization through fertilization In vitro The embryo, implanted in another woman’s uterus, is a “surrogate mother” But at birth, a grain falls on the cogs of this “human adventurer”, as the promoters of this practice describe it indiscriminately. When they discover the little baby’s face, they see that it means he has a little Asian air when they themselves are blonde with blue eyes. If in doubt, they run a genetic test. Roy: The woman is actually the “genetic mother” but the man is not the father. Investigation. Sure, someone made a mistake at the clinic and used another man’s sperm sample.
An interesting exchange
In the turmoil of this “human adventure”, the couple shares their passions on social networks, and up to their choice: to abandon the baby! They organized and funded her to come to earth, she was a genetic mother, they formed a couple who presented themselves as desperate because they had no children. And yet, they have announced the adoption of the child.
These sinister miscellaneous phenomena – such as how the omnipotent desires are born, served by technology and pushed by its friend, the market – are proliferating.
Here comes a word: “Surrealist”. It is interesting to think of the two meanings of this adjective: “unimaginable” or “related to surrealism”, to be able to use this literary and artistic current of the early twentieth century to free creation from all limitations and all logic, and to be able to use it. Irrational and irrational… these sinister miscellaneous phenomena – such as how the omnipotent desires are born, served by technology and driven by its friend, the market – are multiplied. A few months ago, another California couple realized that a few months after the birth of their daughter, Gamet Bank had made a mistake. The embryo was exchanged before implantation. Two daughters born, in two opposite families. One of the couples finished the DNA test because the father noticed that their daughter did not look exactly like them. The two families meet, and after some time, decide to exchange their one-year-old children. The least interesting is an “exchange” …
If there are children
Must face a paradox. In these two cases, the main importance of genetic linkage leads two couples to exchange their children and the other couple to abandon children, because the genetic heritage that unites them is only halved. I also notice the fragility of the concept of “purposeful mother”, often put forward in the case of surrogacy. The woman who has not waited, carried, or given birth proves that she is capable of abandoning it, even though she wants more children than anything else. Even if there is, in her and her, this famous genetic link. But this baby does not belong to his wife and it is not consistent with their initial project, with the mental concept they got during the artificial conception. We can clearly see what the surrogacy argument leads to. It revolves around a “project”, a legacy of stages of production with different links and checkboxes. Here, the child is seen as deserving, of course expected, but not as a response to expectation “for himself”. Did he deviate from the project? So he is not accepted. Intention to stay A The child may change the desire not to This Children
The production of life at any cost tends to show its limits. To pay the price, pass silently, it will always be paid by the child.
These situations further show that, even if fililation cannot be reduced to biology (think of adoption), the genetic link cannot be dismissed as meaningless, or just a general idea. And it’s true both ways, even for children. Fifty years ago sperm donation was allowed. Children born this way are adults today. Their insatiable search to find out from whom they were born testifies to their existence questions: their appearance, their age, what is their job? Why? Do I have half-siblings? They have even formed associations. It was assumed in their place that there was no fruit in being born from an anonymous gift. We were wrong. This reality even led the parliament to change the bioethics law in 2021 so that the identity of the grant could not be kept secret. But the law does not question the root of the problem, only part of its consequences. After all, the fabric of life tends to show its limits at any cost. The price to be paid will be paid silently, it will always be paid by the child.