It's a really difficult one to call - part of me thinks if she can afford to buy sperm from the US then she can probably afford to pay for IVF.
On the other hand, I do understand the psychological and emotional needs of not being able to have a child.
I really can't decide if I agree with it or not. However, I am posting because I wanted to point something out -
Justruby - this isn't aimed at you - it's the phrase that is commonly used and I have heard it so many times -
"Is it a right to have a baby"
That phrase commonly seems to come from people who have no experience of not being able to become a parent. The people who already have their children. My arguement would be why is it acceptable for that person to have a child but not the person next door. I hate the word 'right' in this context, I think it is more about everyone should have the opportunity to have a child (providing they are fit to be parents - but hey, a whole different discussion there)
Like I say Justruby, please don't think I am getting at you - I hear that phrase so many times!