The Importance Of Creating A Family

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Over the last 50 years alone we have come a long way for when it comes to creating a family. When it comes to raising a family, it seems like people have had more of an open mind on this subject. All of this new reproductive technologies has not only allowed people to have the family that they have always dreamed of, but it also allowed for people to gain a whole new perspective on life. From using a surrogate to freezing embryos, the thing that matter most is that people are happy with the family that they are given. I would say that the reason that I decided to pick this topic to do my anthropology paper on is because I am curious to the many different ways that people are now able to start a family either on their own or with the person …show more content…
When decided what is the right path people need to take into account the advantages and disadvantages of whatever one they picked in right for them. No matter why someone might not be able to conceive a child the natural way there is a way for them to have the family that they have always wanted. With all of the new technology that is being created, it is not limited to just people who are married. All of this allows anyone to have a child whether they are by themselves or they are married and have the family that have always wanted to have. I think that some people need to also remember that there is also adoption if none of these treatment sound right for them and their …show more content…
So with all of these new types of reproductive technologies it is letting people have a better perspective on the new compared to the old and how with the way things in the world are changing certain things will change along with that as well. I am sure that once again in the next fifty years more and more thinks will change whether it is how we define a word or how accepting we are of everyone and everything. Nothing is ever going to the stay the same and as people of this generation will get older I think that they will see. I would hate to have to look back and see how good or bad things were in the past and compare them to present

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