Manufactured people have rights too
Alana S. Newman | 05 September 2013 |
Third party reproduction disrespects the humanity of donor-conceived people.
Gotten, not begotten
Margaret Somerville | 08 August 2013 |
tags: commercialism, IVF, surrogacy
The logical slippery slope to human embryo factories begins with surrogacy and gamete sales.
The new sexual predators
Alana S. Newman | 12 October 2012 |
tags: bioethics, egg donation, surrogacy
It used to be just men looking for one-night stands. Now it's older women and gay men seeking their eggs.
The link between rented wombs and gay marriage
Michael Cook | 19 July 2012 |
tags: bioethics, same-sex marriage, surrogacy
If marriage leads to children, same-sex marriage must inevitably lead to surrogacy and exploitation.
An unknown unknown for gay marriage supporters
Michael Cook | 29 May 2012 |
tags: same-sex marriage, surrogacy
Same-sex marriage has a dark secret: its potential for exploiting women in developing countries.
What price baby bliss?
Damian Adams | 05 May 2011 |
Social acceptance of commercial conception ignores all the hidden costs.
The tangled web of surrogacy
Margaret Somerville | 22 February 2011 |
Should a grandmother agree to bear her daughter’s son? Is the child her son or her grandson?
Babies have a right to a heritage
Brenda Almond | 13 August 2009 |
Fertility clinics are creating a new class of dispossessed human beings, says a British philosopher.
An indulgence of adult desires
Brigitte Pellerin | 22 December 2008 |
tags: IVF, motherhood, surrogacy
Surrogate motherhood isn't about forming families; it is about satisfying adult desires.
The very profitable business of creating babies
Michael Cook | 07 April 2006 |
"Miracle babies" in the arms of beaming mothers are great public relations for the IVF industry. And a great money-spinner, too.