Morally wrong? Now that's just a silly idea. Who actually thinks so? I can picture an uneducated christian housewife with a southern accent, who's never been out of her state and thinks Europe is a country, has 4 children and thinks bin Laden is hiding behind her curtains.
It's not right or wrong. It's your body and you can do what you want with it.<br />
Personally, I wouldn't want a child that is technically my offspring running around without my knowing it. That's the only reason I would never be a paid anonymous donor, but I've never been that strapped for cash.<br />
If a sibling asked me to donate eggs / *****, I don't think I would have a problem with it. I'm very close to my family.
Surprizingly enough someone always has a problem with whatever a woman does with her body or functions. I say if it works for you then do it. <br />
Moral value is up to the individual.
I don't think its wrong. I've personally known several people who want children and can't have them. I, on the other hand, am capable and have no desire whatsoever to have kids. I wouldn't be against donating to help someone who truly desires to have a child. I also wouldn't consider the child mine.
i do not think that it is morally wrong to donate ***** or eggs for any reason whether it be benificent or financial. as a matter of fact if i were in a position where i could donate eggs i totally would do so!
I do not find anything wrong in that. I would glad donate my *****, just so that I know that I have helped someone in the process, and that I am a biological father. I have never been one and would love to be one.
I do not think its wrong, but i do think there are plenty of babys that need a loving family already that have been dumped on the side of the road.. and they have different DNA. Everything in life happens for a reason. We all have choices and that is up to each person. I made the decision to donate my eggs and went through with it. Only to find out that i was one of those women that couldnt have children myself bc i couldnt produce eggs. So i have been on both sides of the table. My friends and family gave me grief over my decsion. But they understood when i was the one in need of the egg. So its a decsion the person will have to make<br />
But my advise is to talk to as many friends and family as possible.
Yes it could be if you are encouraging a gay/homosexual lifestyle.
no, it's not morally right or wrong. It all depends on how you and the other people involved feel about the situation.
iys wrong, its a desprit attempt to make money....<br />
nibody ever thinks about the children that are born as a results of egg and ***** donations...
The best answer is what does the child born from these processes think about it. Clearly the answer is do it or the egg and ***** die off inside the man or woman's body and no life for the kid. What person would choose not to be born at all? Those donating ***** and eggs do so because they have way more than they will ever use to make babies. So, the only way to give those ***** and eggs a chance at being a person is to donate them to someone eager to use them to creat a baby. Otherwise, they die off quickly and are wasted. Donor kids may not think their creation was the most ideal, but its far better than no life at all. A lot of regular pregnancies end up being less than ideal for the kids born too. So who's to complain about les than perfect reproduction if it creates a life and a person. What is the virtue or religious benefit of dead ***** and eggs that decay and serve no purpose? Why would anyone's ideal of god want that waste for no benefit? Use em or lose em.
How could that possibly be wrong? It helps people who want to have children, and it hurts no one. What arguments are there for thinking that its immoral? Because I can't think of any.
I don't think it is morally wrong, I think it's kind to help people.
The rights of a child to have and know both parents trump the rights of adults to "have" a child. I would urge anyone contemplating buying or selling eggs or ***** to google "my dad was a ***** donor" and read the opinions and experiences of those who are "products" of the practice. I think it is morally wrong but those who can speak most eloquently and insightfully about why it is wrong are those who have been harmed by the practice directly.