Statutory Regulation Of Surrogacy: who does the law protect?

“ Everything about woman is a riddle, and everything in woman has one solution:that is pregnancy”. This misogynistic view employed by one of the early forefathers of modern philosophy is, arguably, still an inherent part of modern society. Many women believe that bearing children is an integral part of womanhood and, at times, men may view women as ‘baby-making machines’. If a couple is unable to naturally conceive or carry a pregnancy, their embryo can be placed into the uterus of another woman for gestation-this is known as full surrogacy. This woman acts as a surrogate; she carries the pregnancy until birth with the intention of returning the baby to the commissioning couple. Alternatively, the surrogate may ….. [Click to Read More].
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