Because separating the unitive and procreative aspects of sex never leads to a slippery slope.
THE world’s first IVF lottery is to launch in Britain this month – giving gamblers the chance to “win” a baby.
The controversial game, newly granted a Gambling Commission licence, will see players buy £20 tickets online.
The winner will net £25,000 fertility treatments at one of the country’s top clinics.
The lottery will offer the chance to become a parent every single month.
Well actually the IVF Lotto goes on daily. The IVF lotto is where multiple embryos are implanted in the womb in the hope one survives and the winner are any that survive the process. Though if no lotto winners for that implantation than repeat as required. Or in the case of multiple fetuses surviving than there might be a “reduction” to determine the winner. So what if those embryos are human persons.
Should a single woman or man win, they will be provided with donor sperm or a surrogate mum and donor embryo.
Yep, no slippery slope there.