My American Surrogate

By Leslie Tai | The New York Times | September 24, 2019

This article and video tell the story of Qiqi, an entrepreneurial woman from China who has made a name for herself connecting Chinese intended parents with American surrogates. Content warning: This video depicts a live birth.

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‘My mum’s meeting my dad for the first time’

BBC | August 23, 2019

This 24-minute film tells the story of a young woman preparing to meet the man who donated the sperm her mothers used to conceive her, and also meeting several of the 19 half-siblings who were “fathered” by the same donor.

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Surrogacy Bill Published

By Jonathan Sacramento | CGS TV | July 17, 2019

This short video explains the surrogacy bill recently introduced in Gibraltar.

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The U.S. has Few Regulations Compared to the Rest of the World

By Bianca Facchinei | Newsy | July 5, 2019

Although the market for egg provision has dramatically expanded over the last few years, the US does very little to regulate this practice. This video offers multiple testimonials and perspectives on the potential ethical and medical risks of providing eggs. Note: While the bulk of this video is accurate and compelling, one of the interviewees makes two inaccurate statements. Contrary to his assertions, there are differences between providing eggs as a donor versus for one’s own fertility treatment, and there has not been sufficient research on the long-term effects of egg provision.

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News Program: The Surrogacy Debate in India

The Surrogacy Debate in India
By News Deeply | July 5, 2018

Watch this video on the latest social and legal debate around surrogacy in India.

The Body Economy: Human Eggs in the Marketplace

By Francoise Baylis | Dalhousie University | May 25, 2018

This short video, part of the series, “The Body Economy,” examines the regulation of egg provision in the context of Canada’s revised “Assisted Human Reproduction Act.” The film captures the complexity of the topic and interrogates how the new policy reflects and influences what we value and who we are as humans.

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