Third-party reproduction, -egg donation, sperm donation, and surrogacy- is an incraesing social problem
Is it an only case? The issue is of great relevance because third-party reproduction -egg donation, sperm donation, and surrogacy- and the problems it entails has been transformed in a social matter which affects children and parents. Could we hide this increasing problem?
HERE is the link to e-book in pdf. format
We transcript the book’s Index and part of Introduction
Three Things You Should Know About Sperm
1.“Donation” Sperm Donation Poses Psychological and Health Risks to Donor Conceived Children
2. Sperm Donation is Often Eugenic and Coercive
3. Sperm Donation Poses Psychological and Legal Harms to Donors
Three Things You Should Know About Third Party Assisted Reproduction
1. Egg “Donation” and Surrogacy Carry Health and Psychological Risks that often Go
2. There are Health and Psychological Risks to the Children Born via Third Party
3. Third Party Conception is Risky, Often Eugenic, and Involves Coercion
Our Documentary Films; Anonymous Father’s Day, Eggsploitation, Breeders: A Subclass of Women?
Anonymous Father’s Day Facebook
About The Center for Bioethics and Culture
Because of the work that we do on the topic of third-party reproduction—egg donation, sperm donation, and surrogacy—we are frequently contacted by those who have been affected by these practices. Kevin contacted us after he watched our film Anonymous Father’s Day. We exchanged several emails with him about his experience and his perspective. In 2017, we asked him if he would be willing to share his story with a broader audience. This e-book is that story. As you will read, Kevin’s sperm-donation experience has affected him greatly. We are grateful to be able to share his story.
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The Center for Bioethics and Culture Network (CBC) addresses bioethical issues that most profoundly affect our humanity, especially issues that arise in the lives of the most vulnerable among us. We work through a variety of media platforms—documentary film, writing, speaking, interviews, social media, and more—to educate and inform members of the general public, thought leaders, lawmakers, and others on ethical issues in healthcare, biomedical research, and biotechnological advancement. Contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org.