Surrogacy is a job

Full Surrogacy Now: Feminism Against Family Author
Forfatter: Sophie Lewis
Forlag: Verso Storbritannia (USA)
FEED MACHINES? / In Full Surrogacy Now, Sophie Lewis wants to change the surrogacy industry. She wants to strengthen the rights of the parties and avoid abuse.

Feminist and geographer Sophie Lewis challenges in Full Surrogacy Now the traditional conceptions of pregnancy and the family. The book is an important contribution in the liberating policy on gender equality and equal rights over one's own body.

Surrogacy is illegal in most European countries, including Norway. Albania and Cyprus have no laws on this, while Ireland, the Netherlands, Belgium and the Czech Republic lack laws recognizing surrogacy. Surrogacy, on the other hand, is legal in the United Kingdom, in Portugal for heterosexual couples with medical needs; in Greece for heterosexual couples and single women, including foreigners; in Russia for Russians and foreigners, in Ukraine for heterosexual married couples, including foreigners, in Georgia for heterosexual couples, including foreigners.

In Norway, surrogacy is illegal because the Children's Act (Chapter 2, section 2) states: "An agreement to give birth to another child is not binding." not inserted into the uterus of a woman other than the woman the egg cell originated from. "

For Norwegian health professionals, it is forbidden to perform gestational surrogacy, where the surrogate is genetically unrelated to the child. Traditional surrogacy, where the surrogate is the child's genetic mother, can be exercised within the limits of Norwegian law, and then the parties themselves are responsible for conception.

Fodder machines

The most controversial part of the Communist Manifesto (1848) by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels is about abolishing the family. The family, according to Marx and Engels, is where patriarchy and capitalism work together and women. . .

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