Results from Tag: 'surrogacy'
‘Rent-a-Womb’: Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas’ Choice Highlights How Surrogacy Financially Exploits Women
The news revealed an intersection between feminist perspectives and Catholic teaching.
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.