From Surrogacy to Abortion and All that Lies Between Them

We got control over reproduction that is controlled by “a man or The Man,” an individual man or the doctors or the government. . . . Virtually every ounce of control that women won out of this legislation has gone directly into the hands of men—husbands, doctors, or fathers—or is now in the process of attempts to reclaim it through regulation. Among all my mother’s daughters, only I have inherited her ability to break open an apple with her hands. Be that a function of nature or nurture, when I first picked up Birthing a Mother I knew I had to call upon a similar skill: I tried to imagine myself prying open my mind in order to let in a view of surrogacy other than the typical radical feminist one I ..
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