“I think the requirement that only married couples can use frozen eggs is a little bit backward.”

Women aged between 21 and 35 can now undergo elective egg freezing for non-medical reasons next year, but with a catch: in line with the idea of ‘upholding parenthood within marriage’, the updated policy only allows legally married couples to use their frozen eggs to have a baby.

Is that fair? Singaporeans weigh in on the good, the bad, and the ugly, in light of such changes.

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