By Princess Chukwuneke
Transnational surrogacy hardly fits the win-win narrative that is perpetuated by the media over time. In this article, the author describes her interviews with different parties involved in the surrogacy process – egg donors, surrogates, surrogacy agents, and physicians – in Ulhasnagar, India, a breeding ground for women bearing the children of foreigners until the transnational surrogacy ban in October 2015.
The article raises important issues. Does the ban of transnational surrogacy …
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