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13 July 2021
Matic Report: Europe pushes for gender identity
Overriding the sovereignty of member states, the European Parliament is producing indications on sexual and reproductive health: self-id, male motherhood, uterus for rent, assisted fertilisation for all, hormones for children, uterus for rent. The hand of Big Tech on our lives, for an anthropological mutation of the human being
Under the theme of women's health, the EU voted on the Matic Report at the 23 June plenary of the European Parliament on the state of sexual and reproductive health and rights. Women's health: but the words "women" and "sex" were replaced with gender. The Matic Report produces indications to be followed by the member states, indications that represent precise guidelines and constitute an interference with the jurisdiction of individual states on the management of national health systems or policy choices [...]
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10 March 2021
Constitutional Court: rainbow children law needed. But surrogacy remains a serious crime
Two judgments of the Constitutional Court - issued on 28 January, the reasons for which have been made known in the last few hours - invite Italian legislators to identify devices which, in the name of the "superior interest of the child", allow so-called "intentional parents", including those who commission a surrogacy, to be recognised as parents for all intents and purposes even in the absence of biological ties and even if they have committed a crime. While rejecting as "inadmissible" the questions posed by the first section of the Supreme Court regarding two cases [...]
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