Tag Archives: Third Party Reproduction

A Celebration of Devastation

The Hollywood Reporter has a story out with the provocative (clickbait?) title, “23 HOLLYWOOD MOMS WITH SAME SPERM DONOR AND ONE CRAZY VACATION.” I call it clickbait because that’s not what the article is about at all. Instead, the article … Continue reading

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On Surrogacy, “Breeders?”, and TPR

Two new pieces on surrogacy, Breeders: A Subclass of Women?, and third-party reproduction have hit the internet this morning. First is a profile piece at ABC News, which is drawing a lot of comments on ABC’s website as well as … 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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What People Are Saying About Breeders

As we prepare to release our new film Breeders: A Subclass of Women? on Monday, January 13, we are receiving endorsements for the film. Two more: Jennifer Lahl’s eye-opening interviews with surrogates, doctors, psychologists, and advocates across the political spectrum … Continue reading

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What People Are Saying About Breeders

As we prepare to release our new film Breeders: A Subclass of Women?, we are receiving endorsements. Here are the first two: Breeders dares to go where few documentaries have dared yet to take us and where the assisted reproduction/family … Continue reading

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