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Monday, 18 September 2017 22:05

France could allow insemination to all women from 2018

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The Secretary of State for Women-Men's Equality and the Fight Against Discrimination Against LGBT People in France has announced that insemination could be open to all women. A bill will be introduced in Parliament in 2018.

Indeed, in France, until now insemination is only available for infertile straight couples, but the government wants insemination to be open to all women, namely LGBTQ women and single women.

This bill will be introduced next year as part of the revision of the Bioethics Act. Last June, the ethics committee, composed of doctors, researchers, scientists, and philosophers, had given its consent to the opening of insemination for all women.


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