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Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Commercial surrogacy: Young women born of surrogate mothers share thoughts on intensifying debate

In the wake of baby Gammy, who was abandoned by his Australian parents and is now being raised in Thailand by his surrogate mother, the debate about whether to allow commercial surrogacy is hotting up.
Currently it is illegal in Australia everywhere, bar the Northern Territory, to pay a woman to carry a child for someone else.
Critics say it can exploit vulnerable women and lead to a confused identity for the children themselves.
Advocates of ‪‎commercial‬ surrogacy say there is such a high demand that it is better to allow it in a regulated environment like Australia than force infertile couples into "cowboy" arrangements overseas.
Three young women have told the ABC's 7.30 program how they feel about commercial surrogacy, their own identity and their relationships with their parents and the women who carried them.

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