Reproductive Ethics and Family: An Argument to Cover Access to ART for the LGBTQ Community

Neyra, Oskar

Assisted Reproductive Technology can be a beneficial tool for couples unable to reproduce independently; however, it has historically discriminated against the LGBTQ+ community members. Given the evolution and acceptance of LGBTQ rights in recent years, discrimination and barriers to access reproductive technology and health care should be readdressed as they still exist within this community.


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August 29, 2022


LGBTQ , ART, reproductive ethics, infertility, surrogacy, equality