France’s Fight for Traditional Family

Posted By on October 14, 2014

Anti-same sex marriage activists of the anti-gay marriage movement 'la Manif pour Tous' protest during a demonstration, a few hours after the French Parliament adopted gay marriage law at the Assemblee Nationale on April 23, 2013, in Paris, France. The bill was approved by a vote in Parliament of 331 to 225. (Antoine Antoniol/Getty Images)

Anti-same sex marriage activists of the anti-gay marriage movement ‘la Manif pour Tous’ protest during a demonstration, a few hours after the French Parliament adopted gay marriage law at the Assemblee Nationale on April 23, 2013, in Paris, France. The bill was approved by a vote in Parliament of 331 to 225. (Antoine Antoniol/Getty Images)

The gestational surrogacy and the assisted reproduction for people of the same sex, were actually underlying effects of the first piece of legislation on marriage for all sexes in 2012.  What belonged to the natural state of a human being would be legislated by political ideas. That is why, considering the public outcry that started two years ago, and thanks to a deeper debate, the government is now strictly opposed to the legislation of gestational surrogacy.

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