Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Controversial ‘Embryo Jewelry’: A Symbol of Profound Selfishness

Frivolous items that devalue human life are referred to as 'sacred art' by the company that makes them May 8, 2017

by Leah Jessen | 08 May 2017

An Australian company has taken a controversial spin on preserving keepsake memories: Parents can now wear extra baby embryos and keep test-tube baby remnants in jewelry, of all things.  “We are working with a number of local and international fertility clinics to raise awareness of this option for families,” the company, Baby Bee Hummingbirds, wrote in a Facebook post on April 30.
“My embryos were my babies — frozen in time.”
Some families choose in vitro fertilization as an option for conceiving when fertility issues or other conditions don’t permit them to conceive naturally. With this procedure, extra fertilized embryos may result......To Read More.....

My Take - An embryo is defined as: "an unborn or unhatched offspring in the process of development, in particular a human offspring during the period from approximately the second to the eighth week after fertilization (after which it is usually termed a fetus)."

In short - these are unborn human beings being turned into jewelry, and they describe this outrage as a loving act quoting one of these criminals saying: 
“I don’t believe there is any other business in the world that creates jewelry from human embryos, and I firmly believe that we are pioneering the way in this sacred art, and opening the possibilities to families around the world,”
We have truly lost our minds. 

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