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IVF is a technological development design to assist couples who are physically infertile and wanting a child The IVF treatment was originally designed to assist or treat parents unable to conceive naturally Why should it now be made available to those who chose not to become pregnant the natural way Although preventing single woman and lesbian from having access to IVF treatment can be seen as an intrusion of theirs right but the main issue here is the childs rights A child deserves to have a father and mother Families are struggling to stay together as it is in our society it would be putting that child at a disadvantage to start life without one A father role is very much important as a mothers in a childs life A mother does best at being a mother and a father does best at being a father One can not in anyway fully compensate for the other you can not say that having just one is better than both You want the child to growing up having the maximum opportunity and the best way for this is having a mother and a father Both father and mother contribute different and essential things to the child as it grows up and the child can then experienced both side of female and male How would a gay couple or single parent provide both It is true that there are many families now in which one parent has died or there has been a divorce but these are tragedies we should not be setting out to deliberately create tragedies Also there is a n important difference between being fatherless as a result of divorce or death and a child who never intended to have a father This will have a great impact on the child who never have and never will know their father Having a father in a childs life is very important and necessary
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