Surrogacy and the Fetal Imperative

by Brooke Landry

Answering the question: why do women become surrogates, and what are the implications of surrogacy and the fetal bond, I dove into literature that provided personal accounts, analytical data, and objective statistics to summarize the general tone and reality of that question. While a lot of my sources included research papers with distinct yet related questions tied to emotional wellbeing and connections of surrogate, baby, and intended family, there was one noteworthy source that I used that opened up the question, allowing me to understand the narrative told of the sacrifice and unnaturalness that surrogacy entails.

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