Radin, "Choosing Family Law over Contract Law as a Paradigm for Surrogate Motherhood
," Law, Medicine & Health Care 16, nos.
and, in particular, commercial surrogate motherhood
C-47 would have prevented the selling of human eggs and sperm, paid surrogate motherhood
, and other types of reproductive human technology.
Well, isn't that what surrogate motherhood
is all about?
When a hard issue comes up, like the issue of test tube babies or surrogate motherhood
, there's a lot of navel-gazing by clinical people and the courts tend to decide or a law is passed.
The Catholic Church doesn't approve of surrogate motherhood
Certain practices, such as surrogate motherhood
, and techniques, such as cloning, genetic screening, or manipulation of embryos, are especially controversial.
In particular, Anderson argues against prostitution, "the marriage contract," and surrogate motherhood
, and against economic approaches to worker safety, the environment, and democracy, as inappropriately applying market norms to what should be nonmarket interactions.
Judging his data too old to be entirely useful in the emerging world of surrogate motherhood
, he admits "it is difficult to determine the conditions under which the results reported here can be generalized to a more contemporary American setting" (203).
The case for forbidding abortion in the early months of pregnancy, for criminalizing homosexual acts between consenting adults, for banning homosexuals from teaching jobs, for flatly forbidding them to have custody of children, for discouraging contraception and premarital sex, for seeking to alter die birth rate in the United States (in either direction), for refusing to enforce contracts of surrogate motherhood
, for regulating adoption as strictly as we do, for trying to stamp out prostitution, and for banning pornography by recognized artists is unpersuasive on the basis of present knowledge.
Wilkinson has similar concerns about surrogate motherhood
and genetic testing.
Currently, four markets exist in which human components are exchanged for economic compensation concurrent with altruistic donations of the same components: human blood, human organs, surrogate motherhood
, and human reproductive cells.