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Thousands of French lesbians travel to Belgium for artificial insemination

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  1. Is it just me who thinks the headline to this story sounds like the set-up for a rude joke?

    1. It does read as if they all turned up at once. The mind boggles at all that insemination.

      Reminds me of a story my dad used to tell of when he and my mum were on their honeymoon in Torquay. They took the train to Totnes and missed the train back. They then had to thumb a lift and got a ride with a pig inseminator. Very romantic.

      1. they just dump all the sperm in an olympic pool and have the lesbians dive in and swim around for a half hour.

  2. Gay Activist Paul Mitchell 13 Jan 2013, 2:47am

    It is true. Single women and lesbians have always travelled to places for IVF treatment were it is available, cheap and legal!

    For example when in Victoria, Australia prior to 2010 lesbians travelled up the Humen Highway to Albury, New South Wales to have IVF.

    These bans are pointless – because people travel all over the world these days!

    Another example in Ireland (including Northern Ireland) were abortion is still illegal in 2013, women just travel to the United Kingdom (Scotland, Wales and England only) to were abortion has been legal since gay sex also became legal both in 1967!

  3. Gay Activist Paul Mitchell 13 Jan 2013, 2:51am

    Victoria, Australia banned IVF treatment for single women and lesbians until 2010!

    South Australia still to this day in 2013 bans single women and lesbians getting IVF treatment!

    Why are single women and lesbians banned from IVF in some places anyway and what hope does this achieve?!

  4. Robert in S. Kensington 13 Jan 2013, 1:16pm

    What about single straight women, are they too barred from this procedure?

  5. Grotesque

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