Segregating genders in marriage to suit the sexual attractions of less than 2% of the population isn’t enough. This woman with same-sex attraction wants scientists to “try harder” and give “priority” to making it possible for two women to procreate. Michelle Cheever says: “I want to have babies the way straight people do.” In the Huffington Post we read:
What I mean is that I want the ease, the convenience, the — dare I say it — naturalness that straight people have when starting a family. I want both the simple beauty of two people loving each other so much that they’d like to see more of the other in the world, and I want that simple beauty to be translated into scientific terms of fairness: chromosomes and DNA given in equal amounts from two parents.
The attitude I have always taken to having a baby with another woman has been this: “It’s not fair! It’s so hard! Why me?”
I am a total brat about what I consider a biological injustice. . .
Why can’t my girlfriend and I have a baby that shares our DNA? Why can’t an egg from each of us be scrambled up and sprinkled with sperm? It seems so easy! Try harder scientists! Make this a priority.
“Biological injustice”? What’s next–are they going to sue their bodies for justice?
The problem with same-sex marriage is not that so-called anti-gay bigots oppose it. The challenge that gender segregationists face is their own biology, not hatred. SSM activists battle nature, not just culture. The problem is reality, not politics.