Thursday, August 26, 2010

Lesbians for birth defects

This LA Times story says that homosexual activists are offended by a drug therapy that reduces birth defects. When pregnant women take the drug, the baby girls are more like girls. I thought that would be a good thing.
"Most clinicians speak about this treatment as ambiguous-genitalia prevention," said Dreger, who co-wrote an editorial about the treatment in a July publication of the Hastings Center, a bioethics organization. "Others suggest that you should prevent homosexuality if you can. But being gay or lesbian is not a disease and should not be treated as such."
So the article says that some homosexual activists are offended at the use of this drug.

Their attitude is weird. Child malnutrition causes kids to be shorter than normal. Short people also complain about being discriminated against. But the short people do not complain about efforts to reduce malnutrition.

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