The World Health Organization admitted that people who have no sexual partner are infertile. This is a measure to facilitate in vitro fertilization for single people.
The definition of infertility is now written so that it includes the rights of all individuals to have a family, including single men, single women, gay men and gay women. It draws a line to make it clear that an individual has the right to reproduce whether it has a sexual partner or not. It’s a huge change,
declared David Adamson.
The new definition aims to change the concept of infertile person, which traditionally includes people who, due to biological reasons, cannot have children, to add those who have no medical problems but have failed to find a partner to procreate with.
Experts say that the modification will cause changes in the health systems of many countries.