Alternative Modes of Reproduction: Other Views and Questions
The recent national impassioned debate generated by the Baby M case has dramatically increased the necessity of recognizing disparate voices in any feminist discussion of “third-party reproduction.” Indeed, the very language of “third-party reproduction” underscores tensions over the meanings of pregnancy and parenting when reduced to the realm of contract law. For many of us who participated in the Rutgers University Law School’s Project on Reproductive Laws for the 1990s, these tensions have been discussed fruitfully, but are not ultimately represented in the other position papers prepared for this book.
KeywordsExpense Arena Infertility
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