In the following article published in 1997, the author considers the possible ramifications of a future where human cloning is a reality.
Excerpt from passage from Princeton Review SAT Practice
There are other possibilities we could spin out. Suppose a couple wants a 'designer child" a clone of Cindy Crawford and Elizabeth Taylor-because they want a daughter who will grow up to be as attractive as those women. Indeed, suppose someone wants a clone, never mind of whom, simply to enjoy the notoriety of having one. We cannot rule out such cases as impossible.
Some people produce children for all sorts of ***frivolous*** or contemptible reasons.But we remember that cloning is not as easy as going to a video store. given the physical and emotional burdens that cloning would involve, it is likely that such cases would be extremely rare.
Frivolous most nearly means
I see how E and A can be wrong. The correct answer is D. I can't choose between B,C, and D. Why is D. correct?