For years, couples have struggled with getting pregnant. Not everyone can simply have a child without medical intervention. Unfortunately, insurance companies have never covered fertility treatments. It means that people who are committed to having a child of their own have had to save up for years in order to afford the treatments.
Now, things are changing. And it’s not because insurance companies have suddenly had a change of heart. Instead, it’s because of the LGBTQ movement that is sweeping the nation.
As much as the liberals want to fight against science, the reality is that God created man and woman. And it takes both a man and a woman to make a baby.
Yikes. Try telling that to a same-sex couple. They don’t want to hear anything about science. Instead, they want to make demands for what goes against nature.
California is ready to make it happen – and they don’t care how much it will drive up insurance costs, either.
SB 729 is the new legislation being passed through the state of California. It would require the word “infertility” to be redefined and ensure that in vitro fertilization is included within the coverage.
State Senator Caroline Menjivar has said that the verbiage for defining infertility includes “A person’s inability to reproduce either as an individual or with their partner without medical intervention.”
This means that it’s not even going to be focused on a medical condition. For example, if a man has a low sperm count and his wife has a hostile uterus, it would seem that in vitro fertilization would be the only way that they could get pregnant.
Now, if two men want to use this route for a surrogate or two women want to use this so that one of them can get pregnant, it’s now going to be greenlighted.
This is a win for heterosexual couples, too – but it’s in a roundabout way since the bill is being introduced more for the benefit of homosexual couples.
The coverage that California Democrats are proposing will be without discrimination, so it won’t matter about gender, marital status, race, sexual orientation, or anything else.
However, these costs are HIGH – and that means that heterosexual couples who have never had to use such treatments will end up paying for it all in the form of higher insurance premiums. After all, the money to pay for all of this has to come from somewhere.
Meanwhile, if you already had to pay for in vitro fertilization out of pocket, don’t expect a refund. Instead, just celebrate that the gays finally get it for free. What else did you expect during Pride Month?