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Melbourne photographer Lacey Barratt took the image as one of a series for a photo essay she produced to open discussion about the 'stigma of breastfeeding beyond age one'.'Breastfeeding has come a long way in the past 5 years. But most of all, hidden in fear of judgement,' Ms Barratt went on.'Everywhere, women pat themselves on the back and silently accept their self-given medal for breastfeeding to one. ' she added.'Beyond that, toddler breastfeeding is not spoken of, women are weaning their one year olds. According to the Australian Breastfeeding Association? the natural age for a child to ween is 2.5 to 7 years of age,' she wrote.'Why are we telling women that feeding their 2, 3, 4 year old is disgusting?

All healthy, normal babies, but how each was created is anything but normal. NARRATOR: This is the new act of conception, performed in a basement laboratory at the University of California in San Francisco, an extraordinary new technique called ICSI, or intra-cytoplasmic sperm injection.

They were all conceived with extraordinary new medical technologies. D., Princeton University: I think this is a revolutionary evolutionary point in our history as a species. NARRATOR: Twenty-one years after the first test-tube baby, the science of reproduction has made remarkable advances in the ability to create life.

NIGEL CAMERON, Bioethicist, Trinity International University: I mean, this is very much science fiction all of a sudden, and much sooner than anybody had thought, becoming science fact. Today sperm can be frozen in vats of liquid nitrogen and chosen over the Internet.

NARRATOR: Today, as we find ourselves on the cusp of being able to clone a human, the question is, how far will we go in our efforts to engineer a baby? NARRATOR: Woman's eggs can be surgically removed and fertilized in sterile laboratories.