A Jan. 23 WorldNetDaily article by Drew Zahn carried this alarming opening:
If two homosexual men want to use in vitro fertilization to conceive a baby and then use genetics technology to ensure the baby is also "gay," while disposing of any "straight" embryos, would the law have any ethical problems with that?
America's leading ethicist in the field of human reproduction has written a paper that argues future homosexual couples should have "the right" to do exactly that.
John A. Robertson of the University of Texas Law School is the chair of the Ethics Committee of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine and an advocate of what his book "Children of Choice" calls "procreative liberty."
Zahn doesn't acknowledge that the opposite would also be true -- that couples could choose to dispose of "gay" embryos. Perhaps that's because he's OK with that.