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Even before angels, monsters were portrayed as messengers who anticipated catastrophes, such as storms and other dramatic events which would be too strong to be explained.
In particular the Catholic Church, who as the Holy See has the status of a permanent observer in the United Nations and was present during the Cairo and Beijing conferences, has remained in firm opposition to full recognition of women's reproductive rights in particular such as access to legal abortion. The Catholic understanding of natural law also condemns methods of assisted procreation, in which embryos are created outside the body.
According to documents issued by the Vatican, such as for instance the Encyclical Evangelium Vitae  or Instruction Donum Vitae,  it should be natural to oppose procedures producing a number of human embryos that will not be used and will be eventually experimented on or destroyed.
Secondly it focuses on the legal proposals and debate concerning the regulation of IVF that took place in Poland during the previous term of the Parliament (the Sejm).
Furthermore it engages in critique of the multiple discursive strategies employed by religiously motivated politicians in their struggle for 'proper reproduction', and lastly it emphasises the potential for otherising infertile women and couples as those whose bodies and desires to have children need to give way to a uniform rather than pluralistic conception of religion and nation.
Its objective is also to emphasise the impact of these political processes on the perception of women's bodies and women's reproductive autonomy.
This will be done in the following steps: firstly the article addresses the problem of the 'politicisation' of religion and its impact on the control of women's bodies.
The othering of monsters – or monsters as estranged from an imagined “us” – is part of the cultural narrative that dismisses the complexity of what we call humans, contributing to the binary division between good and bad, silencing all of which exists in-between…
The core of many Christian beliefs, including both Catholic and Evangelical, focuses on the role of God in the process of human creation.