Two embryos, talking, IVF
When are religious zealots going to realize that the more they scheme to make everyone follow their beliefs, the more they drive people away? They have to resort to cheating and legislative tricks to get their way. This won’t end well. Photo credit: DonkeyHotey / WhoWhatWhy (CC BY-SA 2.0) See complete attribution below.

A conservative judge cited his religious beliefs in a court ruling about in vitro fertilization (IVF). For some conservatives, the goal seems to be to end the separation of church and state.

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Religious conservatives’ efforts to ban IVF add another chapter to the ongoing saga of intolerance wherein religious beliefs are imposed upon others. The recent court ruling in Alabama and the country’s reaction to it highlight how most Americans would respond if they truly grasped the underlying objectives of this movement.

But this is not the only example.

Here we have Donald Trump’s once and future national security advisor calling for America to be a Christian nation.

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The cartoon above was created by DonkeyHotey for WhoWhatWhy from these images: immature ovum (Homme en Noir Wikimedia (CC BY-SA 4.0 DEED).

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