So, I was reading this post today, not a bad article in general, but the distancing language made it clear to me, that the genetic link wasn’t to be considered a familial link, just genetic, and while it could be important, how important was it really. The last sentence in the quote below, just seem disingenuous in a post about donor conception and families and whether or not the genetic link is important.
“Throughout the history of mankind—the history of families—genetic lineage has mattered. But are we currently in a post-genetic age? We now know that two unrelated people share 99 percent of their DNA in common.”