Quote from the "Son of a Surrogate" Blog

Quote from the "Son of a Surrogate" Blog

It looks to me like I was bought and sold. You can dress it up with as many pretty words as you want. You can wrap it up in a silk freaking scarf. You can pretend these are not your children. You can say it is a gift or you donated your egg to the IM. But the fact is that someone has contracted you to make a child, give up your parental rights and hand over your flesh and blood child. I dont care if you think I am not your child, what about what I think! Maybe I know I am your child.When you exchange something for money it is called a commodity.

Thursday, January 16, 2014

Alana Newman on Fertility Industry Corruption

Alana Newman recently went to a conference in Charleston, South Carolina, sponsored by the American Association for Adoption and Reproductive Technologies Attorneys (AAARTA). Here is her Youtube video summarizing her thoughts on what she heard.



She has also written an article on her experience at the AAARTA. Please follow the link to read the article.
http://www.thepublicdiscourse.com/2014/01/11645/

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  4. Gestational surrogacy is only for the rich and famous.

    Who have availed themselves of gestational surrogacy as a way of building their families, some have come to think of surrogacy as a celebrity-only option — an exotic, ultra-expensive choice unavailable to them. In reality, the vast majority of individuals and couples who elect gestational surrogacy aren’t celebrities or the super-rich. While gestational surrogacy is by no means inexpensive, it may be more within your reach than you think.

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  5. Good article on ferility industry. There are countries where surrogacy is not comercial, for example Surrogacy in Canada is altruistic. However it´s true that even if altruistic is needed to have a good financial situation.

    Surrogacy is a long and emptionaly demanding trip and it´s not easy to find Surrogate Mother whoo wants to help people become their dream to be parents true

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