Nov 12, 2021
Ep. 49 | Social Surrogacy
Today we're going to dive into the nitty-gritty of the topic: what is social surrogacy? Who could this be right for? If anyone. And what are the real ethical concerns about the topic?
On this episode of Fertility Café, Eloise talks about a subject that she’s never really spoken about, social surrogacy. Gestational surrogacy is an amazing opportunity for intended parents who are otherwise unable to have a baby of their own. It's a form of third-party reproduction that has become increasingly accepted in the public eye and more accessible than ever before.
The leaps and bounds made in the field of third-party reproduction these past couple of decades are incredible. IVF and gestational surrogacy have made parenthood possible for people in ways that used to be unthinkable. And so, of course, it makes sense for there to be a lot of ethical questions and dilemmas to pop up. This question of using surrogacy by choice is an important discussion to have. It helps us define the blurry line and science and reproductive technology between doing good and taking it too far.
In this episode, Eloise talks about:
Census data for surrogacy, adoption and desire to have a biological child: YouGov
Learn more about our podcast: Fertility Café
Learn more about our surrogacy and egg donation agency: Family Inceptions
Learn more about independent surrogacy: Surrogacy Roadmap
On the blog: Us Surrogacy Map
On the blog: A Beginner’s Guide to Fertility Acronyms
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