Today the "unwanted" child is a myth. In Canada, less than 2% of single women facing an unplanned pregnancy place their children for adoption. Infertility affects about 330,000 couples per year in Canada. If the unborn infant is carried to term, it will never be "unwanted" because of the hopeless shortage of babies available for the long list of childless couples who earnestly want to adopt them. The unborn infant need be "unwanted" only for the nine months between conception and birth. The point is that adoption does exist if we do judge the unborn child's personhood to be even more important than the difficulties of the unwillingly pregnant woman.