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10 September 2021
Adoption Buttigieg? Almost certainly it is uterus for rent
First of all, they are twins: and twin births are rare. Even rarer are adoptable twins. According to Jennifer Lahl, founder of Stop Surrogacy Now, the American politician and her husband have resorted to surrogacy, a fact about which ambiguity is maintained. A choice from which many questions arise
A few days ago, the photo you see here went around the world: Pete Buttigieg and his husband Chasten Glezman Buttigieg posing with two newborns, with headlines such as: "We welcome our twins". (see here). The articles report the couple's statements on social media in the light tone of a feel-good story. Statements that are intentionally unclear about how the twins, a boy and a girl, 'arrived'. Although the couple had previously spoken [...]
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2 July 2021
Dying of surrogacy, leaving their children orphans
How many surrogate mothers lose their lives because of gestation 'for others' - riskier than a spontaneous pregnancy? We don't know, those deaths are not traced and are often covered up so as not to disturb Big Fertility's business. And the children of those women are left without their mothers.
By Jennifer Lahl* I was out of town over Memorial Day weekend when I saw a GoFundMe notice posted on Instagram informing me that another surrogate mother had died in the United States. GoFundMe was created by Ashlee Hammonds , the head of Family Makers Surrogacy, an Atlanta-based agency. Hammonds is trying to raise money for the children left alone - the woman's children, ed - because their mother has died and can no longer provide for them. She is asking for privacy for the family and not [...]
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