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Italy Considers Civil Unions — But May Add Penalties for Surrogacy
by Trudy Ring
January 22nd, 2016
As Italy’s Parliament prepares to debate a civil unions bill, some lawmakers have proposed an amendment punishing couples who use overseas surrogates to become parents.
‘No Más Bebés’: Documentary Highlights History of Forced Sterilizations in L.A.
by Sonali Kolkhatkar
January 21st, 2016
The film covers a grisly era of California history—the forced sterilization of untold numbers of poor, mostly Latino, Spanish-speaking women in the 1960s and 70s.
Down's Syndrome people risk 'extinction' at the hands of science, fear and ignorance
by Tim Stanley
January 18th, 2016
The true moral test of a society is not how pretty, sober or well organised it is – but how it treats its most vulnerable, even its most difficult, citizens.
The Secret Lives of Egg Donors: The Strange Hell Women Go Through to Donate Their Eggs
by Colette Shade
January 17th, 2016
We Are Egg Donors
serves as an online repository of stories about the strange hell women put themselves through to receive that lump sum.
Jordan Middle School, other schools now up for renaming
by Elena Kadvany
Palo Alto Weekly
January 13th, 2016
Middle school students and their parents are objecting to their school being named for Stanford University founding president David Starr Jordan, because of his involvement in the eugenics movement.
I fathered 800 children, claims sperm donor
by Natalie Morton & Sarah Bell
January 11th, 2016
An unlicensed UK sperm donor has been connecting with intended parents online for 16 years, donating once a week and charging $50 a pop.
California’s Proposed Budget Upholds ‘Racist, Sexist, Classist’ Policy
by Tina Vasquez
RH Reality Check
January 11th, 2016
The Maximum Family Grant is designed to discourage low-income mothers from having children.
Why Is Sperm So Damn Expensive?
by Brittany Malooly
January 10th, 2016
On the sperm market, the amount of labor that's involved in obtaining so-called premium gametes drives sperm prices sky high.
The First Artificial Insemination Was an Ethical Nightmare
by Elizabeth Yuko
January 8th, 2016
The 19th-century procedure involved lies, a secrecy pledge, and sperm from a surprise donor.
Women can ‘grow’ their own IVF embryos with in-body incubator
by Andy Coghlan
January 6th, 2016
In a US clinical trial, embryos in an incubation device were placed into women's bodies for five days before removal to select the "fittest" embryo to implant for pregnancy.
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Assisted Reproductive Technologies [PDF]
A Pro-Woman Stem-Cell Policy
Women’s Eggs and Stem Cell Research [PDF]
Beyond Embryo Politics
The Future of Violence Against Women
Report from the Gender and Justice in the Gene Age Conference
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Facing the Challenges of New Reproductive Technologies [PDF]
Sex Selection: New Technologies, New Forms of Gender Discrimination
What Genetic Modification Means for Women [PDF]
Between Scylla and Charybdis: Reproductive Freedom after 9-11
Eugenics, Reproductive Technologies and "Choice"
Race and the New Reproduction (Chapter 6 of
Killing the Black Body
with Virginia Espino, Renee Tajima-Peña and Alexandra Minna Stern.
CGS Website Reboot: Seeking Your Feedback
Race, Genetics, Society
STAT-Harvard poll: Americans say no to ‘designer babies’
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