Sunday, November 30, 2008

NY Times Mag. Cover Story: Alex Kuczynksi's "Adventures in Gestational Surrogacy"

NY Times Magazine: Her Body, My Baby, by Alex Kuczynski:

...I did not give birth to my son. He is the product of my egg and my husband’s sperm. After half a decade of trying to become pregnant, sometimes succeeding but always failing to carry a baby successfully to term, I came to the conclusion that if we wanted to have a child who was genetically related to us, we would have to find a woman with a more reliable uterus to gestate and deliver our baby. That was in April 2007. I was 39 years old. Exhausted by years of infertility, wrung emotionally dry by miscarriage, my husband and I decided we would give gestational surrogacy — hiring a woman to bear our child — one try. It was a desperate measure, to be sure, and one complicated by questions from all the big sectors: financial, religious, social, moral, legal, political....

http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/reproductive_rights/2008/11/one-mothers-adv.html

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