- Australian court allows sex-change operation for 10-year old boy at parent's request
- Should my hereditary disability stop me from having a baby?
- Calif. Senate passes bill mandating homosexual instruction in public schools
- Vermont assisted-suicide bill stirs emotions
- Scientists: Parents 'want genetic testing for children'
- Euthanasia, PG-13
- In Korea, stem cell research stoops to new low
- 40 Days for Life Campaign Ends, 483 Babies Saved From Abortion
- U.S. Ambassador to resign after criticism of focus on faith, abortion
Posted: 18 Apr 2011 10:02 AM PDT
A court has allowed a 10-year-old boy to become the youngest Australian to have sex-change 'therapy.' The boy, known as Jamie, has lived as a girl for two years, dressing in feminine clothes, using the girls' toilet at school and "presenting as a very attractive young girl with long, blonde hair."
Posted: 18 Apr 2011 07:41 AM PDT
For Jono Lancaster, who has Treacher Collins syndrome, the decision about whether to have a baby or not is agonizing. At the age of 26, Jono is happy with how he looks, but the genetic disorder that affected the way his facial bones developed in the womb has caused him years of anguish.
Posted: 18 Apr 2011 06:58 AM PDT
The Fair, Accurate, Inclusive, and Respectful Education Act (FAIR) , a proposed law that would mandate that the history of the homosexual movement, along with issues such as same-sex marriage that are dear to the hearts of the homosexual lobby, receive favorable treatment in social studies textbooks, instructional materials, and classroom curricula. and more »
Posted: 18 Apr 2011 06:22 AM PDT
The Vermont bill advocates for 'physician-assisted' suicide. It would let doctors prescribe a lethal dose of pills for patients deemed mentally competent and who had been diagnosed with less than six months to live. The patient would then administer the drugs to himself or herself.
Posted: 18 Apr 2011 04:50 AM PDT
Parents support having their children genetically tested for adult diseases despite the risks associated with the controversial assessments
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Posted: 18 Apr 2011 03:19 AM PDT
One of the most shocking developments in the pro- -euthanasia debate has been a video shown to 14-year-old children featuring assisted suicide campaigner Dr. Philip Nitschke, whose extremist attitudes have been condemned even by other pro-euthanasia groups.
Posted: 18 Apr 2011 03:00 AM PDT
Posted: 17 Apr 2011 03:15 PM PDT
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Posted: 17 Apr 2011 07:19 AM PDT