Women from all over Europe are flocking to Denmark due to recent relaxation of restrictions on artificial insemination for single women. Most probably Copenhagen has become the destination of lesbian couples seeking to have children and not wishing to get a man they know involved in the process. Danish law was changed in 2007 to allow the insemination procedure for women who did not have m ale partners which made this a favorite vacation spot for anyone in need of children and lacking a partner of the male gender. At the Vitanova private clinic in Copenhagen the majority of the 1,500 annual inseminations are performed on foreign women and m ost are in the 35-45 age bracket.
One wonders when budding capitalist entrepreneurs will get into the act and offer discounts on access to insemination. Will we one day witness the emergence of McInsemination?