That’s not a “queer tax,” that’s biology

In September 2020, a same-sex couple was denied coverage for Intrauterine Insemination and In-Vitro Fertilization treatments because they did not meet Aetna’s definition of infertility. Aetna defines infertility coverable by insurance as not becoming pregnant after...

The sacrificing of “excess” children to fulfill adult desires

The In-Vitro Fertilization process is rife with ethical issues, some of which include the creation and eventual discarding of excess embryos, frozen embryonic limbo, the possibility of perishing during the thawing process, and the lucky few who will be given a shot at...

The Problem with Polygenic IVF Screening

(Reposted with permission from the Society of St. Sebastian) (Image Source: WikiMedia Commons)   Researchers at the Feinstein Institutes for medical research were recently granted $2.9 million to screen embryos created through in-vitro fertilization for genetic...
That’s not a “queer tax,” that’s biology

That’s not a “queer tax,” that’s biology

In September 2020, a same-sex couple was denied coverage for Intrauterine Insemination and In-Vitro Fertilization treatments because they did not meet Aetna’s definition of infertility. Aetna defines infertility coverable by insurance as not becoming pregnant after...

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The Problem with Polygenic IVF Screening

The Problem with Polygenic IVF Screening

(Reposted with permission from the Society of St. Sebastian) (Image Source: WikiMedia Commons)   Researchers at the Feinstein Institutes for medical research were recently granted $2.9 million to screen embryos created through in-vitro fertilization for genetic...

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Don’t celebrate the Buttigieg twins’ mother-loss

Don’t celebrate the Buttigieg twins’ mother-loss

(Originally published on LifeSite News) Pete Buttigieg’s weekend announcement that he and “husband” Chasten are “becoming parents” of twins had the Twitterverse abuzz. Odd phrasing, that “becoming parents” verbiage. More accurately, two men, who are biologically...

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