Or so says Ravi Somayia at Gawker, with a frighteningly stupid post about how the male pill is a bad idea because, uh, men are too dumb and libido driven to use it properly. Thankfully, Kate Harding, my hero, eviscerates Somayia’s crap:
Not having his partner’s consent, obviously, is a most excellent reason for […]
On Saturday, the New York Times published an article about surrogate pregnancy including three cases in which problems arose due to the unregulated state of surrogacy. In one case, the surrogate mother discovered that the adoptive mother had a history of paranoid schizophrenia and sued to keep the children. In another situation, a single […]
A book on mother surrogacy. From Avi Solomon, the husband of the author, Dr. Elly Teman:
Surrogacy is a hot topic nowadays but there have been very few perspectives empathetic to the actual experiences of the women involved in the process. Surrogate and intended mothers are on the frontlines of renegotiating what being a mother […]
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