Sunday, March 15, 2015

Susan Golombok, overstepping the line...

(***Got bias? According to "Professor" Susan Golombok, the only problem with so called 'donor' conception is stigmatisation from outside influences. In other words, the disenfranchised grief many 'donor' conceived feel is only a result of the nature of importance that society puts on genetic relationships. Really?? No. This is where we draw the line.***) "Stigmatisation, not structure, causes problems for children in ‘non-traditional’ families ‘Quality of relationships matters most to the well-being of families’ It is stigmatisation outside the family, rather than relationships within it, that creates difficulties for children in new family forms, says Professor Susan Golombok of the Centre for Family Research within the University of Cambridge." Read more: http://www.familylawweek.co.uk/site.aspx?i=ed143734

9 Responses to "Susan Golombok, overstepping the line..."

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Sure its all fine and good people can have happy childhoods raised by unrelated individuals and still turn out to be productive members of society but that does not mean that it's OK for people to abandon their kids or that it's OK to skip court approved adoption and just write your name in on a birth record as a parent to cover your tracks and short cut the only process that protects minors from trafficking.

Parents need to stop abandoning their kids and everyone else needs to take the long involved path to getting custody of someone else's kid because it protects children from trafficking and black market adoption. The whole "donor' thing is a sham.

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