Egg Broker

A person who purchases—paying up to $50,000—donor eggs from a woman with desired characteristics—beauty, intelligence, etc.
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(If someone in the family works in a city with several health food stores, perhaps they can act as a farm-fresh egg broker, obtaining them locally and then delivering them as needed during the week.)
When people choose their sperm online, when they contract with an egg broker or adoption agency, when they pay $18,000 to create a child of a particular gender, they are transacting in what feels awfully like a market.