I honestly don't get why at the very least, organ donations aren't an opt-out thing, instead of the other way around? It saddens me to think there's a black market for stolen body parts but I can't help but blame societies at large, from governments who don't make it an opt-out instead of opt-in, right down to the individuals who use what I quite frankly believe as frivolous arguments against it (this includes religion *straps on flame shield*). Does anyone else feel the same? I recall the only opportunity I've been presented with (directly) to do this was when I was applying for a drivers license. NO WONDER it's so hard to get suitable donors, I bet 90% of people who would have no objection to this haven't opted in simply because they would have to go out of their way to do so, which is understandable. Hell it's even easier than giving blood, but I bet you have more people donating blood than opting in (how do you even do this anyway other than at the time of applying for a license?! I guess this is my point, it needs to be made easier... maybe it should be a mandatory question every 12 months when you go to see your GP or something). Anyone else feel the same way about this?