And then what? Will we come to the clinics like a store, ordering the features and qualities of your child? Imagine, you go to the clinic, and you are greeted by an elegant secretary, with a well-put voice, tells you about ten signs that are trendy this year. Then the sex selection marketing comes on "Order ten featured and get one free!" And about the hot offer, "Heavenly baby eyes 50% off." Like it? With this approach, the child becomes a set of particular qualities. And don't forget - what you like won't necessarily be pleasing to your future baby. For example, I always dreamed of thick curly hair. And it happened that my daughter got just that, but she likes perfectly straight hair, so she straightens her gorgeous curls every morning.