CA Proposes Law to Force Insurance to Cover Homosexual 'Infertility'
The state of California is reportedly considering legislation that would force group insurance policies to provide infertility treatment for gay and lesbian couples.
Two men who have sex with each other for a year and do not produce a baby would be considered “infertile” under the proposed legislation. So would two women having sex. Since biology does not allow those without a uterus to conceive or those without a penis to impregnate, every year-long gay couple in California would potentially be covered by this new provision of California law.
The fact sheet supporting AB 460, the proposed legislation, states that insurance companies are denying coverage “based on [the policy holder’s] not having an opposite sex married partner in which to have one year of regular sexual relations without conception.” Which makes sense, due to biology.
In California, however, biology takes a back seat to political manipulation. AB 460 would retain its current standard for infertility: either a “demonstrated condition” causing infertility or a year of sex without conception, including non-heterosexual vaginal intercourse.
No wonder California taxpayers are going bankrupt. Even biology must take a back seat to political leftism now.