Pretend I want to donate a liver. Also pretend I absolutely can not stand white people and I will only agree to donate my liver to a patient if the patient is not white. Should this be allowed? What if the hospital refuses my request and as a result, I pull my liver off of the donations list. Would the hospital or I be more responsible for a patient's death.
People discriminate all the time by donating their organs to loved ones and that's acceptable. In this hypothetical case, it's me wanting to donate to the organ registry with the only caveat being no white people, so replace "donating to my loved one" with "donating to no white people". What makes this ethically different? In both cases, I am donating based on preference and not need.
Just some ethics questions to get peoples' blood boiling