A Civil Liberties Analysis of Surrogacy Arrangements

@article{Gostin2001ACL,
  title={A Civil Liberties Analysis of Surrogacy Arrangements},
  author={L. Gostin},
  journal={Law, Medicine and Health Care},
  year={2001},
  volume={16},
  pages={17 - 7}
}
  • L. Gostin
  • Published 2001
  • Sociology, Medicine, Political Science
  • Law, Medicine and Health Care
Proponents of surrogacy arrangements’ assert that a married couple’s right to “procreative autonomy’’ includes the right to contract with consenting collaborators for the purposes of bearing a child. The right to “genetic continuity” and to rear offspring are all part of the right of reproductive choice for the contracting father and his partner.’ Critics of surrogacy arrangements similarly a t e “reproductive autonomy” as the basis for their claim that women cannot be compelled by contract to… Expand

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