There are many different types of parents raising children in society. There are mothers and fathers, two fathers, two mothers, a single mother, a single father, and the list goes on, raising children.
These families, for the most part, are accepted and deemed suited to raise a family.
However, there is a debate whether transsexual couples who wish to become parents through in-vitro are suited to do so. Those who oppose it question whether "social change and medical technology" should intertwine, according to the article. They fear that they might not be psychologically/emotionally ready.
But what makes a person "fit" to be a parent? Families come in different forms, with different types of affection, commonalities and bonds. There are differences because there is no ONE family that is the same.
Transsexual individuals have just as much of a right to have children as any other individual. The fact that they underwent a surgery to become a different sex than the one they were born as, has little (if anything) to do with the fact they want to be parents. It does not correlate to how they will treat a child. It only relates to the fact that he/she do not identify with their birth sex.
So who is to say that transsexual individuals cannot have children? They are people, with just as much love, care and affection, and they have every right to become parents. Even if they need a little assistance to do it.