World Health Organisation (WHO) is set to classify as disabled, individuals who cannot find sexual partners or are unable to make babies after one year of regular unprotected love making.
The recommendation in recent WHO guidelines will cover heterosexual and gay couples, who will be given priority like a couple seeking In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF) because of infertility problems.
The global health organisation indicated the change was premised on the need for reproduction.
This is regardless of sexual orientation , a move which give each individual the right to reproduce.
The IVF involves combining eggs and sperm outside the body in a laboratory.
Once an embryo or embryos form, they are then placed in the uterus to develop into a mature baby.
Whereas the new development may appear welcome, critics argued infertility or inability to find a lover can never be regarded as disability.
Some scientists termed it as absurd nonsense as it completely side-lines the biological process and significance of natural intercourse between a man and a woman.
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