Said crazy person is interviewed. Let's take a look:
"I'm providing myself to my children. I'm loving them unconditionally, accepting them unconditionally, everything I do. I'll stop my life for them and be present with them and hold them and be with them. And how many parents do that? I'm sure there are many that do, but many don't. And that's unfortunate. And that is selfish."
First of all, you are a crazy person. You can't feed, clothe and house your children with your unconditional love. How many parents unconditionally love their children? A FUCKING SHITLOAD. Parents are actually biologically programmed to love their children unconditionally. You're also right though, some don't take care of their children. And some people can't. You will be one of those people.
"I know I'll be able to afford them when I'm done with my schooling. If I were just sitting down, watching TV and not being as determined as I am to succeed and provide a better future for my children, I believe that would be considered to a certainly degree selfish."
You will take care of them with your determination, after your done with your schooling. How are you going to go to school if you have to take care of FOURTEEN children? She says she's going to get a degree in counseling. Can crazy people get those degrees?
"I feel as though I've been under the microscope because I've chosen this unconventional kind of life. I didn't intend on it being unconventional. It just turned out to be. All I wanted ... was to be a mom. That's all I ever wanted in my life."
Fourteen IVF children doesn't just happen to anyone. All you wanted was to be a mom? You were a mom when you had the FIRST one. Having more doesn't make you more of a mom.
I still can't believe a crazy woman has given birth to fourteen children that she has no means to support. Clearly there needs to be checks in the system to make sure stuff like this doesn't happen, but I have no idea how you balance liberty to fuck up your own life however you want with the eventual cost to the poor children and the rest of us, when someone like this woman can no longer take care of her children.