On your first point, I hope you don't think me flippant to quote Mick Jagger - "You can't always get what you want"! Many of us want things - perfectly naturally but that doesn't necessarily justify using unconventional means to obtain them. I also think that those who feel unable to love and care for a child who needs them because he or she is not biologically theirs may not be totally cut out for real parenting (as opposed to just spreading their genes!)
Let me quote you
something - 'Different strokes for different folks'. To say that because you might not be cut out for parenting because you want a child who's genetically connected to you is - imo and with respect - daft.
As the story now seems to have been denied (see ^) I'll bid you adieu.