It is not the choice of the individual on how they were conceived, they had no input on that matter, so to discriminate against someone who had no choice in the matter is completely unfair, those that would discriminate against someone for something like that are often not worth listening to anyway.
Discrimination is defined as unjust or prejudicial treatment based on nothing about the person or persons except for what group they belong to (Age, Gender,Race and sexual orientation to name a few.) People have no control over how they were born, whether it was a carefully planned conception, happy accident, or crazy party hook up. Discrimination in general is biased and wrong. Discriminating someone for the choices their parents made before they were even born is more unfair. Additionally, people who spend the time and money in getting a baby through egg and sperm donation are more likely to be devoted and attentive, loving parents. Therefore, the children of donation grow to be better adjusted.
Since we,as citizens of the United States recognize the inherent dignity, value, as well as the equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family as the foundation of our constitution and our country it is wrong to discriminate against ANY person based upon how they were conceived.
It is definitely wrong to discriminate against people who were conceived by sperm or egg donation. I do not see any reason why anyone would think it is okay. These individuals did not choose how they should have been conceived. That is why such a notion is ridiculous to me.
Yes, these people are made the exact same way that any of us were, by a sperm and an egg coming together, so there is a lot wrong with being mean to them just because of this. I think that they are not any different from any one of us.