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  • Incorrect Jism Causes Havoc!

    "We want a baby. It does not matter if its a boy or a girl, as long as "it" is healthy" Yeah, right.


    Read more: http://www.news.com.au/breaking-news...#ixzz1tS4iGAyZ


    THE largest sperm bank in Britain is under investigation from health officials over claims they used sperm from the wrong donor after a gay couple had two children from different racial backgrounds.

    The alleged mix-up at the IVF clinic only emerged after the birth of the couple's second child, who is of different race to the rest of the family.
    The parents are said to be "devastated" at the alleged mistake as they had wanted their children to be genetically related by using the same sperm donor, The (London) Sunday Times reported.
    "The damage to the [younger] child in the future, to both the siblings and the family unit could be quite catastrophic," said Caron Heyes, the couple's lawyer.
    The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority, which regulates IVF clinics in the UK, began an investigation in January into the alleged blunder at the London Women's Clinic. A report will be considered by the watchdog's license committee on May 31.
    More than 13,000 babies are born every year in the UK from IVF treatment, and while mix-ups are rare they are not unknown. In 2010, a couple lost a negligence lawsuit against a Belfast hospital after a white couple had a black child after receiving sperm from the wrong donor.

    In 2002, a white couple had mixed-race twins after an Asian man's sperm was mistakenly used to fertilise the woman's eggs at a Leeds IVF clinic. "All we wanted was a family. Instead, we were landed with a nightmare that will last forever," the woman later said.

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    Put these people in the nightmare parent category. Don't fuck with mother nature. If you're gay you don't have kids! If you're infertile you don't have kids!

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    • #3
      I can understand the first parent's concerns - wanting the kids to be biologically related to each other. The next set of parents just come off as racists.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Andun View Post
        Put these people in the nightmare parent category. Don't fuck with mother nature. If you're gay you don't have kids! If you're infertile you don't have kids!
        Agree. Or at least just pay to get knocked up by the sperm donor directly.

        Originally posted by Effected After View Post
        I can understand the first parent's concerns - wanting the kids to be biologically related to each other. The next set of parents just come off as racists.
        Racists? Not necessarily. They will spend their lives having to explain what happened every time people ask why Sambo is with them everywhere they go.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by rainbowtokyo View Post
          "We want a baby. It does not matter if its a boy or a girl, as long as "it" is healthy" Yeah, right.


          Read more: http://www.news.com.au/breaking-news...#ixzz1tS4iGAyZ


          THE largest sperm bank in Britain is under investigation from health officials over claims they used sperm from the wrong donor after a gay couple had two children from different racial backgrounds.

          The alleged mix-up at the IVF clinic only emerged after the birth of the couple's second child, who is of different race to the rest of the family.
          The parents are said to be "devastated" at the alleged mistake as they had wanted their children to be genetically related by using the same sperm donor, The (London) Sunday Times reported.
          "The damage to the [younger] child in the future, to both the siblings and the family unit could be quite catastrophic," said Caron Heyes, the couple's lawyer.
          The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority, which regulates IVF clinics in the UK, began an investigation in January into the alleged blunder at the London Women's Clinic. A report will be considered by the watchdog's license committee on May 31.
          More than 13,000 babies are born every year in the UK from IVF treatment, and while mix-ups are rare they are not unknown. In 2010, a couple lost a negligence lawsuit against a Belfast hospital after a white couple had a black child after receiving sperm from the wrong donor.

          In 2002, a white couple had mixed-race twins after an Asian man's sperm was mistakenly used to fertilise the woman's eggs at a Leeds IVF clinic. "All we wanted was a family. Instead, we were landed with a nightmare that will last forever," the woman later said.
          WTF! A baby is a baby, no matter the color!

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