Frozen Embryos Are Not the Same Thing as Abortions!

This post makes the titled of Tim Bayly’s blog – Out of Our Minds – seem all too apropos. Bayly is confusing frozen embryos with aborted babies. Apparently the idea of abandoned accidentally thawed frozen embryos set this particular hissy fit in motion. I’ve not heard of the particular hospital or administrator he’s referencing, but he seems a tad hysterical over all of this. Guess he does not understand that there are folks out there like Adeye Salem that make it their life mission to carry abandoned frozen embryos to term and adopt them. Someone please buy Bayly a sachet of smelling salts and a fainting couch. The equipment failure at the hospital that rendered those embryo “nonviable” is not the same thing as murder or abortion.

The people that deserve the most sympathy in this horrible mistake are indeed the parents, no matter what Bayly thinks. If this bothers him so much why does he not make arrangements to adopt the unwanted, do something useful instead of his silly hand wringing and tut-tutting. Tragic as it is it’s no grand plot to render life less valuable. I am sure the parents involved will likely sue the hospital, and win. Accidents happen, just like hissy fits.

He also apparently severely disapproves of fertility treatments and the lengths poor infertile couples must go to become parents. How compassionate, how Jesus-like.


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