Results from Tag: 'surrogacy'
In one instance, 46 babies purchased by people from the U.S., Italy, Spain and elsewhere born through surrogacy are stranded in a Ukraine hotel-turned-hospital, as the country has closed its borders because of the pandemic.
A now-viral video, recently posted online by BioTexCom, the country’s largest surrogacy agency, shows nearly 50 babies being cared for in a large hotel room in Kyiv, with an uncertain future.
COMMENTARY: Anderson Cooper’s recent acquisition of a child through surrogacy underscores that surrogacy is inherently unfair.
Jennifer Lahl, the nurse who heads the Center for Bioethics and Culture, discusses why Steinem helped derail a New York bill that would legalize commercial surrogacy and explains how the practice exploits women.
Under current law, surrogacy contracts in the state are punishable by a fine of up to $10,000 or by a felony charge.
The pop icon recently offered to be a ‘surrogate’ for a same-sex couple, but poor women, not celebrities, generally perform a service rife with exploitation.
The Spanish political organization described the upcoming ‘Surrofair’ as just a human trafficking promotion for an industry that sexually exploits poor women for their wombs.
India’s government is seeking Parliament’s approval for a plan to clamp down on commercialized surrogate pregnancy, which exploits poor women for their bodies, according to critics.