Why not support this idea? After all, we live in a modern society where prejudice has been long ago forgotten and everyone is free to make his own decision. A single woman can either adopt go with in vitro fertilization. All medical tests are welcome, prior to making this decision, from screenings to drug testing tucson. It is just that you want to be healthy in order to give birth to a healthy baby.
I think an "I'm not sure" option would be good. I've studied biomedical ethics, have all the facts yet I am still undecided.
However, I fully support a woman's choice to raise a child on her own.
I think if the woman is financially stable, mentally ready, able to juggle work and the baby, and just capable of raising a child on her own, go for it!
Not understanding the point of this poll. Upon submitting a response, there should just be a "Really? Mind your own damn business." page
YES! Thank God for this therapy! I'm 19 years old and don't want to have kids for maybe 10-12 years, but I can't get a boyfriend NO MATTER WHAT and NOTHING MAKES ME ANGRIER! I know it makes sense to not want this because the baby won't have a father and it will be an awkward thing to explain it to him/ her later on, but how else would I be able to have a baby later on in life? W/o this I'd probably get a hysterectomy at an early age because there's no point in having my period for all these years longer:@.
no, i dont want my baby without a father.
I totally, completely and vehemently reject the whole idea for a single woman to have a baby by means of In Vitro Fertilization.. The fact is these women (single women in general who do not want to get married to have a baby of their own) are simply out of their minds> It's my favourable opinion and I could be wrong. So no fun intended.
Ladies, (again not for all the ladies out there) those who want to have their child through In Vitro Fertilization, think of it like this. Would you want to be a baby born without a father? I believe, most will say no than why begin the whole process? The Holy Bible says "Do unto others as you would have Done unto you".
Not because I am a male that I have such a harsh thinking of not allowing this practise. It's becuase from a religious, economical, physical, psychological point of view, this looks bad as well.
Hey ya all ladies, this is still my opinion and I don't mean to offend any one of you out there.
Hey ladies, you all are great and deserves praises from us men.
i think single women should have that chance like everybody else does.they can bring up a child just aswel as a couple can.
Most married women are doing it by themselves anyway, what's the difference?