I think I attend possibly the ONLY university in the world which would use a medical case study on an exam that included a family which consisted of two married women and their nine year old son. It was a simple case where one of the mother’s was suffering from a disease and we, as their “medical team”, were too debate whether or not medical intervention or non-pharmacological intervention was the best choice in the scenario.
It’s something simple and very minuscule that represents the values of this nation and the values of the people that live in it. Everyone can have a family, everyone has the right to seek medical care, and everyone has the right to live.
I don’t give a rat’s ass what YOU believe, or what I believe. That is a universal law; no one should be denied the dignity of being a human being - that dignity which is sacred and not for mortals to meddle in.