Surrogacy is a form of exploitation: Ekman

Surrogacy is a form of exploitation: Ekman

The late instance of infant Gammy has uncovered the complexities of the abroad business surrogacy exchange.

As a West Australian few stands blamed by their Thai surrogate for purportedly forsaking a twin kid conceived with Down disorder, one Swedish columnist has cautioned of the surrogacy exchange's potential for human trafficking and abuse.

Kajsa Ekis Ekman, Insight visitor and Festival of Dangerous Ideas panelist, says surrogacy is against ladies' basic rights and has compared it to prostitution.

"I've contemplated surrogacy since 2008, and I stand firm against all types of surrogacy. In the event that we don't stop this industry now its going to develop as large as the prostitution business and we're going to have more cases like the child Gammy case," Ekman said.

It was added that recollecting the instances of that there have been many cases pertaining to surrogacy, are prevalently philanthropic surrogacy, which is excellent on the worldwide level. The vast majority of surrogacy is business. Rather than you know being sex available to be purchased, its conceptive prostitution where fundamentally ladies are transformed into reproducers and when youngsters are purchased and sold.


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