An offshoot from this thread, since it is very much off topic (done at Lee's request). I don't quite understand the point you're trying to make here, but you're definitely not playing devil's advocate. That man used to be a woman, and retained his female organs (likely because he wanted to have kids one day). I don't see what that has to do with a baby created from two males or two females. Nothing is genetically modified in the process. The only thing that is done is that the egg's DNA is removed (in the case of a male-male parenthood) and a second male set is placed inside. No DNA is altered; no mutant children here. What exactly is the experiment here? There are already kids with two dads or two moms. So in other words you're saying that it shouldn't matter what two adults do with their fertility decisions? I agree.