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More New York Times Coverage of Surrogacy, Breeders?

The New York Times today published the third and final installment in a series of articles on surrogacy. This article appears on the front page and is titled, “Surrogates and Couples Face a Maze of Laws, State by State.” Weighing … Continue reading

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Jennifer Lahl and Breeders? Featured on ABC’s Nightline

The ABC News program Nightline last night examined the practice of surrogacy, prominently featuring Jennifer Lahl, our film Breeders: A Subclass of Women?, as well as Tanya and Jessica from the film in their coverage. The video is embedded below, … Continue reading

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Why that Film Affected Me So

A woman who just watched Breeders sent the following note: How utterly profound, sad, and revealing. I actually cried at the end of that film and I am the *antithesis* of a weeper! And I sat, somewhat stunned, in silence … Continue reading

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Tough Talk on Frozen Embryos

William Saletan writes at Slate.com about the responsibility that goes along with the use of reproductive technologies that create embryos.  From the conclusion: I’m a pro-choice moralist. I don’t want the government telling people what to do with their pregnancies … Continue reading

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Book Review: Cast of Shadows (Novel)

The beaches in Chicago opened today. Oddly, the high temperature today is predicted to be 55. Worse, the water temperature is reported to be 41. Happy hypothermic holiday weekend! As you prepare for the holiday weekend, maybe you’re looking for … Continue reading

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