Tuesday, June 20, 2006

More technology is not the answer

This BBC story continues to miss the point. I didn't think that the problem was that Europeans were trying to conceive but infertility was getting in the way. No. Europeans simply are not reproducing. It's not infertility. It's contraception.

Head out of sand. That would be helpful.

1 comment:

St. Elizabeth of Cayce said...

Drat, Blogger ate my 1st comment.


I'd say 3/4ths correct. It's contraception until a woman's mid-to-late 30's, at which time odds of conception are decreased. Panic at biological clocks ticking and not being in total control of one's life schedule can lead to resentment of systems that deny or delay access to reproductive technologies (great term, isn't it?)

Interesting that the BBC article did not at all address ages of women....