"Excuse me sir, could you kill my baby for me? I would like a better one." Does that sound like only something a crazy person might say? Well, it could become common place as now science is trying to say that killing newborn and some infant children is no different then abortion from an ethical standpoint. That's right, the slope became slippery and some have appear to have slid right into a big pile of something most people might find offensive. Don't like the dimples on your newborn's face, will he need coke bottle glasses? Kill it and start over. Change your mind about being a parent, now you can use birth control after the kid is born if some bioethicists have anything to say about it. Read more about it here http://www.telegraph.co.uk/health/h...s-no-different-from-abortion-experts-say.html And if you want the inflames right to life version, you can read more here. http://www.opposingviews.com/i/reli...-babies-justified-morally-equivalent-abortion Maybe this slope will increase in angle enough that we will start seeing the combination of placentophagy with it and have a custom of killing and eating our own babies (literally). But on a plus side, this has showed how evil those right to life people really are. It has been reported that the authors of this paper have received threats and harassing correspondence from them. http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/w...hats-why-it-will-boost-the-pro-life-movement/ Just think when this become so common place slogans get stuck in the minds of women "have you killed a baby today?" What do you think, is this too much, or is the concept spot on? Does this extension of the ethical consideration concerning abortions make you want to rethink your abortion stance, or is one fine and not the other (fetus abortion verses afterbirth abortions)? What would compel someone to split the mental process like that?