Geneva: People who don’t have sex or struggle to find a sexual partner to have children, will now be considered disabled.
This shocking new development comes after new guidelines by the World Health Organisation, which are set to be announced soon.
Until now, not having an active sexual life or infertility was never considered a disability, but with this new move, all this is set to be changed.
According to reports, in its new guidelines, the World Health Organisation is all set to classify a person, who is unable to find a suitable sexual partner or achieve pregnancy after 12 months or more of regular unprotected sex, as disabled.
The new rule will cover heterosexual and gay couples, who will be given same priority like a couple seeking IVF because of fertility problems, reports said.
After the new guidelines came into the limelight, critics equally criticised the move made by WHO.
Reportedly, many called the guidelines absurd and nonsense even, for putting IVF and infertility in a box where they don’t belong.
Some even said that the it goes against the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) guidelines.